Bosnia's Foreign Ministry warned citizens against travelling to Azerbaijan due to the escalation of the conflict with Armenia, in the Nagorno-Karabakh region, the head of the Ministry's Public Relations Office Nebojsa Regoje told N1 Monday.
"The recommendation for Bosnian citizens currently staying in regions affected by the war is to leave immediately," the Ministry said.
They noted that Bosnia's Consulate General in Istanbul is responsible for the consular protection of citizens in Azerbaijan.
The Consulate General in Istanbul informed the citizens currently in the Republic of Azerbaijan that they can contact the Consulate in Istanbul via e-mail and hotlines: [email protected] +90 212 236 69 34 and +90 554 836 51 95.
Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev signed a decree declaring a state of emergency throughout the country, starting on September 28. The country announced a military mobilization and declared a state of war in several regions after Armenia declared a total military mobilization.