Irish citizens advised to avoid non-essential travel to Ukraine
The Independent says Irish citizens are being advised to avoid non-essential travel to Ukraine it was announced.
Irish premier Micheal Martin said on Tuesday the advice comes in light of ongoing tensions at the Eastern European country’s border with Russia.
He also said planned Russian navy exercises off the Irish coast are “not welcome”.
Reiterating comments made by Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney the taoiseach told the Dail: “Holding military exercises in international waters off our coast is not welcome. And there is an ecological issue here.”
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