‘Morocco warns community of Ukrainian public places,’ Hespress (Morocco), 3 March 2014

The Moroccan embassy in Kiev has warned Moroccan citizens in Ukraine to exercise caution and limit their movements during this period of unrest. About 3000 Moroccan students are attending university in Kiev, but no injuries to Moroccan citizens have been reported.

المغرب يحذر الجالية من الأماكن العمومية الأوكرانيّة

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نصحت سفارة المغرب بكييف أفراد الجالية المغربية، البالغ عددهم حوالي 3 آلاف طالب بكييف، بتوخي الحذر وتفادي الأماكن العمومية والحد من تحركاتهم

وقال رئيس الجمعية المغربية للصداقة والتعاون بكراكوف الأوكرانية، محمد معاشي، إن الإصابات تغيب عن المواطنين المغاربة في التظاهرات التي شهدها شرق أوكرانيا، ثاني أكبر مدينة بعد العاصمة كييف.. وأوضح معاشي أنه “لم يصب أي مغربي خلال هذه التظاهرات التي اجتمعت حول المباني الإدارية بمركز المدينة وكان بها الموالون لأوروبا والموالون لروسيا

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Translation

Morocco warns community of Ukrainian public places

3 March 2014

Morocco’s embassy in Kiev advised members of the Moroccan community of about 3000 students in Kiev to exercise caution, avoid public places and limit their movement.

The head of the Morocco Association for Friendship and Cooperation in Krakow, Mohammad Ma’ashi, said that Moroccan citizens avoided injuries in the demonstrations that eastern Ukraine has witnessed, in the second largest city after the capital of Kiev. Ma’ashi explained that “no Moroccan has been injured during these demonstrations, which gathered around administrative buildings in the city centre and have been held by pro-Europe and pro-Russia demonstrators.”

Translated by Kevin Moore.

Article available at Hespress.

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