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Russia-Ukraine War: ‘Indian students put tricolor on their vehicles, children will return home safely’, said G Kishan Reddy

G Kishan Reddy said, ‘We have asked the students to prominently put the Indian flag on the vehicles in which they are traveling. We are taking several measures to bring back Indians stranded in Ukraine. I want to assure the parents that their children will reach India safely.

Russia-Ukraine War: 'Indian students put tricolor on their vehicles, children will return home safely', said G Kishan Reddy

Students waiting in line at Romania’s airport to return to India.

Russia and Ukraine (Russia-Ukraine WarThere is a war in Europe between In such a situation, in connection with work and studies, Ukraine (Ukraine) The people who have gone are trapped. Ukraine’s airspace has been closed amid the atmosphere of war. So Indian students (Indian Students in Ukraine) are being brought to the borders of Romania and Poland, from where these people are returning home through special planes. Union Minister G Kishan Reddy (G Kishan Reddy) has said that Indian students have been asked to put the flag of India on their vehicles coming to the borders of Romania and Poland. Actually, through this a safe passage can be provided to the vehicles passing through the war.

G Kishan Reddy said, ‘We have asked the students to prominently put the Indian flag on the vehicles in which they are traveling. We are taking several measures to bring back Indians stranded in Ukraine. I want to assure the parents that their children will reach India safely. Let us tell you that many Indian students in Ukraine had gone there in connection with medical studies. The war sparked by Russia’s aggressive attitude has put the lives of many Indian students in danger in Kiev. However, the Government of India has now decided for their safe return.

Advice on putting Indian flags on vehicles

Earlier on Friday, the Indian Embassy in Kyiv issued a new advisory for students and other Indian nationals in Ukraine, informing them that the government is looking at establishing an evacuation route through Romania and Hungary. is working. The embassy has also advised them to print the Indian flag and paste it on vehicles during the journey. Significantly, there are about 16,000 Indians in Ukraine and many of them are students.

Airspace in Ukraine closed

An Air India flight sent for the return of Indians took off at around 7:30 am on Friday. However, the flight had to return home after Ukraine closed its airspace for commercial flights. Minister of State for External Affairs V Muraleedharan said on Friday, “The airspace in Ukraine has been closed. So we have put on hold our decision to bring back Indians through flights. We are planning alternative measures to bring back Indians. The Ministry of External Affairs has decided to send more diplomats to the region to assist the Indian Embassy.

 

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