Indian college students taken hostage by Ukraine forces, says Russia after Putin-Modi telephone name, India News News

Russia on Wednesday made an enormous declare that some Indian college students in Kharkov (Kharkiv) had been being held hostage by Ukrainian forces. The Russian facet additionally stated that these college students had been getting used as human shields and that Russia was attempting to organise ‘pressing evacuation’ of this group of scholars.

The Russian facet launched this info in a readout given out after phone dialog between Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

As per the readout, Putin has given all crucial directions to make sure secure evacuation of Indian residents from the struggle zone.

Russian readout

India has already launched ‘Operation Ganga’ to convey again Indian residents and college students who’re caught within the Ukraine battle. On Wednesday (March 2) Indian embassy in Ukraine issued an advisory for residents and stated that they “must leave” Kharkiv instantly. Kharkiv is beneath assault from Russian forces.

It was in Kharkiv that first casualty of an Indian medical pupil was recorded on Tuesday (March 1). 

Indian Air Drive has additionally joined Operation Ganga and a aircraft

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Separate from dialog between Modi and Putin, India’s Exterior Affairs Minister S Jaishankar mentioned the “deteriorating” scenario in Ukraine with EU Excessive Consultant for International Affairs Josep Borrell, French International Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian and his Estonian counterpart Eva-Maria Liimets.

“Discussed the deteriorating Ukraine situation with EU HR VP @JosepBorrellF, French FM @JY_LeDrian and Estonia FM @eliimets respectively. Reiterated India’s stance that diplomacy and dialogue alone provide the answer. The cessation of violence is an urgent imperative,” Jaishankar stated in a tweet.

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