The Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs advises against all travel to Ukraine
The Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs (UD) has decided to advise against all travel to Ukraine due to changes in the security situation. UD also urges Swedes who are in Ukraine to leave the country.
Swedes who are in Ukraine should leave the country as soon as possible. UD urges Swedes to check their travel documents and insurance terms, and to leave the country using any of the alternatives available. Each individual must organise their own travel out of the country. A serious worsening in the security situation may limit the embassy’s ability to provide consular support.
UD urges Swedes in Ukraine to observe caution and to monitor the course of events closely via local and international media. UD also urges Swedes to keep up to date with the embassy’s travel information constantly via the UD Resklar app or Sweden Abroad, and to register on the Embassy’s Swedish List of Swedes in the country. Swedes who are no longer in Ukraine are asked to unsubscribe from the Swedish List.
The embassy estimates that there are between 200 and 300 Swedes in the country.