Foreign Ministry Spokesman said here on Saturday night that the small number of Iranian citizens remaining in Kyiv are settled down in safe places.

Iran PressIran news: Saeed Khatibzadeh was speaking to the reporters on the status of the Iranians still remaining in Ukraine.

He said, "So far no problem has been reported; there have been worries, which have been eased with timely efforts."

“Due to the security conditions in Ukraine, evacuating the entire Iranians from Ukraine was not possible today,” he added.

Khatibzadeh further reiterated, "Conditions in Ukraine proceed extraordinarily and in the first phase that is until now, we have tried to evacuate the Iranian students and residents from the highly perilous cities."

"In the 2nd phase, we will be transferring the remaining Iranians to the western borders of Ukraine. The Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran tried to evacuate the Iranian students and citizens by trains and other possible vehicles and they were also assisted with all facilities available," the Foreign Ministry spokesman said. “200 students were transferred to the western borders by train,” he said.

The Foreign Ministry spokesman said that the conditions at Ukraine’s borders with Poland and Romania were not satisfactory.

“There is a queue at Poland’s border that is 8 to 10 kilometers long, and some groups of students entered Poland today, 30 of whom were settled down in residences in the country,” he added.

"Due to the martial law that began at 5 pm on Friday till 8 am Saturday the evacuation of students was not possible and the embassy settled them down in safe places, and issued a communique, directing them what to do and how to get in contact for help," he added.

Khatibzadeh concluded that a small number of Iranians have remained in Kyiv, and the diplomats would remain there to help them in the safe exit.