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Bangladeshis will be evacuated from Ukraine through bordering countries
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, February 26: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said Bangladeshis stranded in Ukraine could go to safe shelters through Poland and other bordering countries like Slovakia, Hungary, Romania and Moldova at their convenience.
Bangladeshis leaving Ukraine on foot
Kyiv, Ukraine, February 25: Md. Abdul Qayyum, a resident of Sylhet, migrated to Ukraine for higher studies four years ago. Everything was going well. However, the situation has taken a different turn in the last few months. Qayyum thought despite the hardships, he would stay in the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv. However, he changed his mind on Thursday morning after receiving news that Russia had launched a special military operation in Ukraine.