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The Ministry of External Affairs told the roadmap to bring back the Indians trapped in Ukraine


The Indian Foreign Ministry has held a press conference on the war between Russia and Ukraine. Foreign Secretary Harsh Shringla said that the safety of Indians in Ukraine is our priority. He also informed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will talk to Russian President Putin. Harsh Shringla told the roadmap to bring back Indians from Ukraine.

He said that Indians trapped in Ukraine will be able to return via Poland. The Indian Embassy has set up camps on the border of Poland and Ukraine. He said that we have issued helpline numbers, which are + 48660460814, + 48606700106. He said that a month ago we had registered Indians.

Harsh Shringla said that the Foreign Minister will talk to the Foreign Minister of Poland, Romania and Hungary. He told in the press conference that 4000 Indian nationals have already left Ukraine in the last few days. The MEA control room in Delhi has received 980 calls and 850 emails.

There were 20 thousand Indians in Ukraine

The foreign secretary said that the situation in Ukraine is difficult. Several steps have been taken to deal with the emerging situation in Ukraine. We started registration of Indian citizens in Ukraine about a month ago. Based on the online registration, we found that 20,000 Indian nationals were there.

Harsh Shringla said that many steps have been taken to deal with the emerging situation in Ukraine. We started registration of Indian citizens in Ukraine about a month ago. Based on the online registration, we found that 20,000 Indian nationals were there. He told that our embassy in Ukraine is continuing to work. Several advisories have been issued by the embassies as the situation evolves. We are consulting universities in the process of providing security to our students.

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