12 October, 2023

We would like to remind that the Embassy of the Republic of Armenia in Israel operates a 24-hour hotline at +972 50 6670345 (direct line) and the hotline of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Armenia at +374 (55) 620111 is available also via WhatsApp and Viber applications.

According to the available data, Armenians reside in the following cities: Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Haifa, Petah Tikva, Bat Yam. Following the hostilities at the moment there are no reports about victims among Armenians or citizens of the Republic of Armenia. The Armenian church in Jerusalem has not been damaged.

The Embassy of Armenia in Israel is in constant contact with the local authorities, Armenian organisations and individuals.

The hotline of the Embassy of Armenia has been operating since October 9, and the main questions asked so far have been related to the availability of flights from Israel to Armenia, if necessary. It should be noted that currently Ben Gurion Airport continues to operate and airlines carry out flights.

The Embassy carries out voluntary registration for Armenian citizens who want to return to Armenia and will undertake necessary steps stemming from the developments of the situation.

So far, the Embassy was notified about Armenian citizens, studying at the Eastern Mediterranean International School (EMIS) in Tel Aviv and having problems with the return to Armenia. Based on the request, the Embassy of Armenia in Israel provided the necessary assistance.

We will provide additional information as the situation evolves.

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