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Ukrainian consulates have stopped providing services to men of military age

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs ordered the heads of all diplomatic institutions of Ukraine to temporarily suspend all consular actions regarding citizens of Ukraine of military age from April 23, reports ZN.

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The ban applies to men from 18 to 60 years of age until clarification of the provisions of the law on increased mobilization is received.

It is noted that only consular actions related to the issuance of identity cards for returning to Ukraine are possible. The Foreign Ministry order is in force “until further clarification is received regarding the application of the provisions” of the law on strengthening mobilization, which was promulgated on April 17 and will come into force in May. For the schedule of visiting sessions of the Ukrainian Embassy in the USA for 2024, see our ARTICLES.

"It will be fair"

As Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba said on April 23, protecting Ukraine’s interests is a priority in conditions of a full-scale war. He commented on the data on the termination of the provision of consular services to men abroad, reports Radio Liberty.

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“What it looks like now: a man of military age went abroad, showed his country that the question of its survival does not concern him. And then he comes and wants to receive services from this country. It doesn't work that way. There is a war in our country,” he wrote in X.


The minister noted that even before the adoption of the new law on mobilization, those liable for military service had to update their documents in the territorial recruitment centers.

“Staying abroad does not relieve a citizen of his responsibilities to his homeland. Therefore, yesterday I instructed to take measures to restore fair treatment of men of mobilization age in Ukraine and abroad. It will be fair,” the diplomat concluded.

Kuleba promised that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs will soon provide clarified explanations regarding the receipt of consular services for men of mobilization age in foreign diplomatic institutions, taking into account the entry into force of changes in the legislation on mobilization.

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Earlier, the Ukrainian-language publication in the Czech Republic Gromada reported that the passport service for Ukrainians in Prague had suspended the issuance of ready-made documents and that the reception of citizens of military age had been temporarily stopped.

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