"We have agreed with Hungary and Poland on transit corridors, through which our people will be able to return home. We also cooperate with the Polish railway," said Zelensky.
The President noted that on March 20, there were five trains leaving Przemysl that would deliver about three thousand citizens to Ukraine.
On March 21, a train will return Ukrainians from Lithuania and Latvia.
Zelensky noted that all people who return from abroad should undergo a medical check-up and go for 14 days of self-isolation, despite the absence of symptoms.
As we reported earlier, according to Ukraine's Deputy Healthcare Minister Viktor Lyashko, the quarantine might be prolonged in Ukraine.
"We are preparing and considering possible options for continuing quarantine ... If this is the case, then quarantine will be continued ... it may be more restrictive," the official said.