Indian minister Basic V.Okay. Singh (retd) who arrived in Budomierz—a border between Ukraine and Poland—to facilitate the evacuation of Indian college students assured them that the Polish college have agreed to assist them end their research.
Whereas interacting with round 600 Indian college students at Lodge Prezydenckie in Rzeszow, Poland, Gen. VK Singh stated that lots of the polish individuals he met are prepared to take up the duty of schooling of Indian college students who needed to depart their course because of the Russian assault on Ukraine.
“If your course isn’t complete…all people I met in Poland said that they’ll take up responsibility for the education of all students who were in Ukraine,” he stated.
Poland and India share centuries of friendship and cordial relations which have introduced our individuals collectively.
I’m completely happy to share with you that Polish universities will probably be opening their doorways to our college students from Ukraine in order that they will end their research.
Jai Hind! pic.twitter.com/7BNAmPJJtW
— Basic Vijay Kumar Singh (@Gen_VKSingh) March 2, 2022
Taking to Twitter, he stated, “Poland and India share centuries of friendship and cordial relations which have brought our people together. I am happy to share with you that Polish universities will be opening their doors to our students from Ukraine so that they can finish their studies. Jai Hind!”
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India has evacuated 18,000 residents from the neighbouring international locations of Ukraine. Until per week in the past, there have been over 20,000 Indian college students in Ukraine, with the vast majority of them pursuing MBBS.
Fifteen flights landed in India over the past 24 hours, bringing again greater than 3,000 Indians, the Ministry of Exterior Affairs (MEA) spokesperson Arindam Bagchi stated on Thursday.
Bagchi additionally knowledgeable that 18 flights have been scheduled for the following 24 hours to convey again Indian nationals from Ukraine.
A complete of about 18,000 Indian nationals have left Ukraine since our first advisory was launched, he stated.