Advisory to Indian Students in Kharkiv: The situation in Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second largest city, has become critical. The Russian army is constantly targeting this city. Meanwhile, the Indian embassy in Ukraine has issued a second advisory within an hour, asking them to leave Kharkiv immediately. It has been said in the advisory that all the students who are not getting trains and buses and are at the railway station should reach Pesochin, Babaye and Bezlyudovka on foot. The distance from Kharkiv to Pesochin is 11 kilometers, the distance from Babaye is 12 kilometers and the distance from Bezlyudovka is 16 kilometers.
The Indian embassy tweeted, “Under all circumstances, they should reach these places by 6 o’clock (1800) according to the time of Ukraine today. The embassy had earlier said that it is important for all Indians in Kharkiv to leave Kharkiv immediately, keeping in mind their own safety and security, and reach Pesochin, Babaye and Bezlyudovka at the earliest.
— India in Ukraine (@IndiainUkraine) March 2, 2022
The Indian embassy in Ukraine has given this advisory at a time when the situation in this Eastern European country has worsened due to Russia’s attack on Ukraine. There are reports of intensifying attacks, especially on Kharkiv.
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