The Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs has issued a travel warning for the Russian Rostov region, bordering on Ukraine and areas in the vicinity of the Armenian-Azerbaijani border which now present a high security risk. The ministry moreover warns that the Czech embassies in Yerevan and Baku are no longer able to provide assistance to Czech citizens on the territory of Nagorno-Karabakh and surrounding areas. Citizens who cannot put off trips have been advised to register with the ministry’s travel database DROZD.
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