In Georgia, the Foreign Ministry has stated on Tuesday, March 29, that the Georgian Government has provided assistance to about 3,000 citizens of Georgia in Ukraine, while 100 Georgian nationals have returned from the country in the last week.
According to the foreign office’s update, basic necessities, medical support, transportation, and temporary housing were provided to individuals on the territory of the country defending themselves from the Russian invasion.
The Foreign Ministry’s update also stated that shuttle bus operations from Lviv to Warsaw for Georgians were continuing, in addition to transportation from Odesa to the neighboring countries of Ukraine.
On Wednesday, an additional special shuttle service will evacuate Georgians from Ukraine to Poland.
Since the outbreak of hostilities in Ukraine, Georgia’s diplomatic missions in Ukraine, as well as in neighboring Poland, Romania, Moldova, Slovakia, and Hungary, have been put in emergncy mode.
The diplomatic missions have been facilitating the transfer of Georgian nationals and their families back to Georgia, as well as providing basic aid, on the orders of Georgia’s Prime Minister.