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Iran attacked Israel. Spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs: there is no threat to Polish citizens

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There is no threat to Polish citizens in Israel, but the warnings remain in force. I am asking those who do not have to go there not to go there, said Paweł Wroński, spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

On the night from Saturday to Sunday, Iran attacked Israel. Iran announced that the attack was in retaliation for the bombing of the Iranian consulate in Damascus, where several Iranian officers were killed. Over 300 drones and rockets were fired towards Israel. According to the Israeli army, 99 percent of them were shot down. The United States, Great Britain and France, among others, helped with this.

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Spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs: there is no threat to Polish citizens in Israel

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On Monday, MFA spokesman Paweł Wroński assured journalists that “there is no threat to Polish citizens.” – Our assessment shows that there is no need for evacuation. There is, of course, a group of Polish citizens who are in Israel, and air traffic is slowly being restored. Most of these people will be able to leave Israel, it is possible to rebook their tickets.

He noted that “warnings regarding travel in this area and stay in this area are still in force.” – Those who do not have to go there, I am asking on behalf of the Polish consular services not to go there – he said.

– I also pay attention to Iran, because recently, as we found out, a trip to Iran was also successful, there are Poles in Iran. I appeal to those who intended to visit this area for some tourist purposes not to go, added the spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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