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India tells its citizens to leave Ukraine as Russian invasion fears rise

Tensions in Ukraine have arisen in recent months, with Russia and NATO accusing each other of amassing troops on the Russian-Ukrainian border

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New Delhi: The Indian Embassy in Kiev has advised the Indian citizens including the students living in Ukraine to temporarily leave the country amid the ongoing high levels of tensions and uncertainties.

“In view of the continued high levels of tensions and uncertainties with respect to the situation in Ukraine, all Indian nationals whose stay is not deemed essential and all Indian students, are advised to leave Ukraine temporarily. Available commercial flights, and charter flights may be availed for travel, for orderly and timely departure,” read The Indian Embassy statement.

The advisory further asked Indian students to contact the associated persons for flights back to India.

“Indian students are advised to also get in touch with respective student contractors for updates on charter flights and also continue to follow Embassy Facebook, website and Twitter for any update,” added the statement.

For the not known, tensions in Ukraine have arisen in recent months, with Russia and NATO accusing each other of amassing troops on the Russian-Ukrainian border.

The United States and Ukraine have accused Russia multiple times of planning to invade.

However, Moscow has continued to deny such accusations and has repeatedly maintained that it has no intention of invading Ukraine.

 

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