Ukraine Russia Crisis: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has set up a control room for the families of Indians living in Ukraine. The helpline number of this control room has also been issued to the citizens.
As the Ukraine conflict against Russia reaches its peak, many countries around the world, including the United States and China, are watching. Tensions remain high after Russia signaled its intention to discuss the issue with a large contingent of troops on the Ukrainian border. Meanwhile, what about the thousands of Indians living in Ukraine? This concern is with his family and the Government of India. Currently, students and other Indian nationals living in Ukraine are trying to return home. A control room has been set up by the Indian Ministry of External Affairs to assist these Indians.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has set up this control room for the families of Indians living in Ukraine. The helpline number of this control room has also been issued to the citizens. Anyone who wants information about their relatives in Ukraine can contact the helpline numbers 01123012113, 01123014104, and 01123017905.
Helpline number for Indians in Ukraine
In addition, a helpline number of the Indian Embassy has been issued for citizens residing in Ukraine. With the help of this, these citizens can get information about airlines and other things. Use the numbers +380997300428 and 38099730483 to contact the Indian Embassy in Ukraine. This helpline will be available 24 hours a day, appealed the Ministry of External Affairs.
‘Leave Ukraine, return to India’:
Earlier, the Indian Embassy had issued an advisory for Indian nationals residing in Ukraine. In view of the uncertainty created in Ukraine, the Indian embassy in Kiev (Ukraine) had advised Indian citizens, especially students, to return home temporarily.
In this, 'India is keeping an eye on the situation. Discussions are underway with all aviation authorities and airlines to increase the number of flights. Please contact the embassy for any assistance. The embassy also appealed to Indians in Ukraine to refrain from traveling within the country or citizens of India to refrain from traveling to Ukraine.
Students from Ukraine will return home:
In the wake of the war situation in Ukraine and Russia, the Indian embassy in Ukraine instructed the students to return to India. Ukraine currently has about 20,000 Indian nationals, with a maximum of 18,000 students.
Russia and Ukraine have been at loggerheads since December. The dispute escalated after Russia deployed troops near the Ukrainian border, prompting a war-torn situation that has reverberated around the world. Therefore, the question of the safety of students who have gone to Ukraine for education from India has also come to the fore. The Indian embassy in Ukraine has instructed the students to return to India. Accordingly, many students have started preparing to return.
As Russia began withdrawing troops from the border on Tuesday night, the threat of war was diminishing and students and their families were urged not to worry.