Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin has said that all Ukrainians who want to leave Kabul will be given such an opportunity.
Accidents and Emergencies
The number of Ukrainian citizens killed in a terrorist attack in Kabul has increased to seven, Ukraine's Ambassador to Tajikistan and Afghanistan Viktor Nikitiuk has told the 112 Ukraine television channel.
As of Monday morning, 146 populated areas in two Ukrainian regions still remained without electricity.
The number of Ukrainian citizens killed in a terrorist attack on a hotel in Kabul may rise to seven, Deputy Director of the Consular Service Department of the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry Vasyl Kyrylych has told the Ukrayinska Pravda media outlet.
On January 21-23, wet snow, rain and wind gusts are expected in some regions of Ukraine.
As of Saturday morning, 390 populated areas in three Ukrainian regions still remain without electricity.
An avalanche risk still remains in mountainous areas of Ivano-Frankivsk, Lviv and Zakarpattia regions due to snowfalls.
First Deputy Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Iryna Gerashchenko has expressed her condolences on the death of an observer of the OSCE SMM in a road accident in Kramatorsk.
In Cherkasy region, an emergency situation has been declared because of the lack of water supply.
As of Friday morning, severe weather conditions left 737 populated areas in ten Ukrainian regions without power.
Ukrainians have not been killed or injured as a result of a road accident in Kazakhstan.
The Foreign Ministry warns Ukrainians that flights in the Netherlands have been cancelled and people in Germany are recommended to stay at home because of the deterioration of weather conditions due to the storm.
A snow avalanche risk still remains in mountainous areas of Ivano-Frankivsk and Zakarpattia regions due to snowfalls and snowstorms on Thursday, January 18.
As of Thursday morning, severe weather conditions left 63 populated areas in five Ukrainian regions without power.