Kyiv Limits Consular Help For Men of Fighting Age Abroad

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Ukraine is suspending consular services for male citizens aged 18 to 60 abroad as part of a drive to beef up numbers joining the military.
Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said protecting the rights of Ukrainians was still key but the main priority is to protect our homeland from destruction during Russia’s full-scale invasion.
Recall that, Kyiv recently lowered the age of mobilisation from 27 to 25 but after inviting Ukrainian men abroad to return home last December, it seems the government wants to apply more pressure, by denying them potentially vital services overseas.
The military said its forces had been involved in 86 combat engagements on Monday alone as posters have appeared on the streets of Ukrainian cities portraying soldiers urging their compatriots to sign up to defend their country.

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