Credit: FIBA
Credit FIBA

Spanish national team, which should travel to Ukraine in two weeks, received the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs recommendations to avoid the trip, according to Marca.

Ukraine, currently being the hottest area in Europe, is experiencing an invasion threat by Russia.

Spain will meet Ukraine two times in the next FIBA ​​Qualifying Window for the 2023 World Cup.

Spain will host Ukraine on February 24 in Cordoba and is expected to visit the Eastern European country (Kyiv) on February 27. The match is still on for the moment, but it can be postponed at any moment, via Marca.

Per media outlet, the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs recommends that Spanish residents in Ukraine seriously consider the possibility of leaving the country temporarily.

Yesterday Ukrainian first-division club BC Prometey decided to re-locate their men's and women's teams to the Czech Republic and Bulgaria respectively due to fear of a potential Russian invasion of Ukraine.

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