Putin Agrees to Open Safe Passage for Ghanaians in Sumy, Kharkiv



The Foreign Ministry says government has reached an agreement with Russian President, Vladimir Putin, to allow for the safe passage of Ghanaians, particularly students, in war zones in his territory.


According to the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Kwaku Ampratwum-Sarpong, the Red Cross has also agreed to participate in evacuating Ghanaian citizens caught up in Kharkiv.


“As of this morning, after lobbying the Russian authorities and President, President Putin has finally said they will open a safe passage for citizens caught in Kharkiv and other areas, and that will start immediately,” he added.


The Deputy Minister announced this on Friday morning when they received the second batch of Ghanaian nationals who escaped from Ukraine to Poland.




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