The article has been automatically translated into English by Google Translate from Russian and has not been edited.
Переклад цього матеріалу українською мовою з російської було автоматично здійснено сервісом Google Translate, без подальшого редагування тексту.
Bu məqalə Google Translate servisi vasitəsi ilə avtomatik olaraq rus dilindən azərbaycan dilinə tərcümə olunmuşdur. Bundan sonra mətn redaktə edilməmişdir.

US protests: Russian and Ukrainian embassies ask immigrants to stay at home

In connection with the protests in US cities, the embassies of Ukraine and Russia asked their citizens located in the United States to keep order and, if possible, avoid crowds and observe safety measures.

Photo: Shutterstock

“In connection with the protests in certain cities of the United States, the Embassy of Ukraine in the United States recommends that Ukrainian citizens avoid crowded places, not participate in demonstrations, steadily comply with security measures and the rules for the stay of foreigners in the country, comply with legal requirements of law enforcement agencies, and monitor messages local authorities on the development of the situation, ”wrote Embassy of Ukraine in the USA on its Facebook page.

In case of emergency, citizens of Ukraine should contact the consular department of the Embassy of Ukraine in the United States if you are in Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Virginia, Delaware, Georgia, West Virginia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, Ohio , Oklahoma, South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Florida: hot line +1 (202) 322 2616, e-mail: consul_us@mfa.gov.ua

If you are in Vermont, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Road Island, contact the Consulate General of Ukraine in New York: hot line + 1 917 325 1444, e-mail: gc_usn@mfa.gov.ua.

If you are in Iowa, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Minnesota, Michigan, Nebraska, South Dakota and North Dakota, contact the Consulate General of Ukraine in Chicago: hot line +1 312 536 9418, e-mail: gc_usc@mfa.gov.ua.

On the subject: A Russian-speaking resident of Minnesota drove a truck into a crowd of protesters: what is known about him

If you are in Idaho, Arizona, Wyoming, Washington, Hawaii, California, Colorado, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, contact the Consulate General of Ukraine in San Francisco: hot line +1 415 690 0460, e-mail: gc_uss@mfa.gov.ua.

“In connection with the ongoing unrest in the United States, curfews have been imposed in more than 40 cities, and the National Guard has been deployed in 15 states and the District of Columbia to assist police in policing. The situation is complicated by the ongoing pandemic of the coronavirus. We strongly recommend that Russian citizens who are permanently or temporarily in the United States strictly abide by the authorities ’instructions and avoid being in crowded protesters or traveling to cities in atrocities,” wrote Russian Embassy in the USA on its Facebook page.

In the event of incidents with Russian citizens, it is necessary to immediately inform the Consular Section of the Russian Embassy in the USA by phone hotline: (202) 714 31 72

As ForumDaily wrote earlier:

  • The protest was in memory of George Floyd, an African American from Minneapolis who died after a Minneapolis police officer strangled him with a knee. Officer Derek Chauvin was fired and charged with third-degree murder and manslaughter; three other officers also lost their jobs. Protests and riots subsequently eruptedand in Minneapolis and across the country.
  • The Minnesota state governor said protests over the death of African-American George Floyd, spanning dozens of US cities, are already not related to murder, but provoked by visiting radicals.
  • Protests in Minneapolis sharply intensified in the evening of May 27when city police took action in response to looted and burned shops in the city, as well as fatal shooting at a protest venue.
  • May 31 truck drove into a crowd of protesters in Minneapolis (Minnesota). At the wheel of a car was a citizen of the United States, presumably of Ukrainian origin, Bogdan Vechirko.
  • About 40 cities, including Los Angeles, Miami, Detroit, and Philadelphia, banned street demonstrations after dark. Texas and Virginia Governors introduced a state of emergency.
Miscellaneous In the U.S. protests The Russian Embassy Embassy of Ukraine

Read also on ForumDaily:

The situation in New York is heating up: among the thousands arrested during the protests - the daughter of Bill de Blasio

Curfew, troops in the capital, Trump in the bunker: protests and pogroms in the US do not stop

While movie theaters are closed: world film festivals launch a movie marathon on YouTube

In search of a spare planet for humanity: what is the secret of Ilona Mask's success

Let's face the crisis together and support each other

No one in the world expected a coronavirus pandemic, but she came in disrupting the usual rhythm of life and work of billions of people, causing panic and uncertainty about tomorrow.

ForumDaily also faced financial difficulties due to the loss of some advertisers due to the economic downturn and quarantine. But we are not reducing the number of materials and the mode of operation, since we want our readers to receive timely and up-to-date information in this difficult time. In addition, we support Local small businesses in the USA that suffer the most.

But ForumDaily is also a small business. Despite the loss of part of the income, we are doing our best to ensure that you are informed and armed with all the necessary knowledge to counter the pandemic and resolve other important issues during quarantine.

To maintain this rhythm of work, we need your help. We will be grateful for any amount that you are willing to allot to support our team.

Let's face the crisis together!

Security of contributions is guaranteed by the use of the highly secure Stripe system.

Always yours, ForumDaily!

Do you want more important and interesting news about life in the USA and immigration to America? Subscribe to our page in Facebook. Choose the option "Priority in the show" - and read us first. And don't forget to subscribe to ForumDaily Woman and ForumDaily New York - there you will find a lot of interesting and positive information.



1043 requests in 1,753 seconds.