Citizens of Ukraine were advised not to visit the southern regions of Serbia
Also, Ukrainians in Serbia are advised to avoid mass gatherings of people.
This was reported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine.
"At the request of the Minister of Foreign Affairs Dmytro Kuleba, an operational headquarters has been established at the Embassy of Ukraine in Serbia, and a 24-hour hotline has been opened to help Ukrainians: +381631113185. In case of an emergency, you can also contact the "hotline" of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine: + 380442381588", the message says.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine also recommends that Ukrainians use checkpoints on the border with the Republic of North Macedonia in the event of an aggravation of the security situation and blocking roads in the south of Serbia.
In the north of the partially recognized Kosovo, the local Serbs, the majority of the population, have started raising barricades.
This is how they protested against Prishtina's decision to re-register vehicles and identification cards. However, this conflict threatens to turn into a serious war.