News Input by Amit Lath Europe Head Hello Mumbai News
On the trail of the deteriorating
security situation and recent escalation of hostilities’ in Ukraine, Embassy of India has issued a fresh travel advisory for its citizens, urging them to depart from as soon as possible.
Indian nationals that includes students are also subsequently advised against travelling to Ukraine and those who are in Ukraine are also advised to leave Ukraine as soon as possible by available means.
This is the second advisory from the Indian Embassy when on October 11 Russia launched the most extensive missile attack against the Ukrainian capital since the beginning of the war on February 24.
On the other hand, India had expressed its “deep concern” following the missile strikes as it indicated a new phase of attrition in the nearly eight-months-long war.
Earlier on Wednesday, President Vladimir Putin voiced for martial law in the four recently annexed regions of Kherson, Zaporizhzhia, Luhansk and Donetsk. The move indicated that Russia is firming up its control in eastern Ukraine.
All is not going well in Ukraine and Indian Nationals including students stuck in Ukraine need to wake up and board the immediate flight to India.
News Edit: K.V.Raman