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Published: Wednesday, Feb. 19 2014 12:50 p.m. MST

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SLC_Mormon
Salt Lake City, UT

I'm glad the missionaries are all safe. Hope there are plans to get all the missionaries out of the Country before that changes.

kjco
Bealeton, VA

I believe there are 4 missions..check the link to the newsroom.

DeAnna
Bountiful, UT

Our prayers are for our missionaries world wide. Thanks for writing and keeping track of them for us. I realize how much attention is given to keeping them safe. I also realize how they are being watched over from above. Nevertheless, a Mother's heart carries concern as well as faith always.

bjdoc
Boise, Idaho

Having visited in Kiev two years ago, I just wanted to remind other readers how very strong and good is the local church leadership. As we witnessed the fires in the city, we were reminded of the peacefulness we experienced in the same city square.
I am reminded of a wonderful Ukrainian Bishop, whom we met in the temple. He is head of the physics Department in the main Ukrainian University, and presently head of the Countries Nuclear Radiation Commission.

true
huddersfield, england

Its good that the missionaries are safe But what about the members? Kiev has a stake. Is there safety also a cause for concern?

Beereal
Alhambra, CA

We should keep the missionaries and the members there in our prayers may all this come to a fast resolution for peace.

Something else
Park city, UT

Missionaries are fine and protected. They are and will be of great comfort to the people of Ukraine. No need for them to leave. Once they can get out on the streets again, they I'll be of great help.

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