Sigh of reduction: 183 Indian residents attain Delhi in particular flight beneath Operation Ganga, India News News

In what will be known as a sigh of reduction, round 183 Indian residents, who had been stranded in Ukraine, have reached Delhi on Sunday in a particular flight.   

On Saturday, the flight had departed from Hungary’s capital Budapest beneath ‘Operation Ganga’. It landed at Indira Gandhi Worldwide Airport.  

The passengers had been acquired by Union Surroundings Minister Bhupender Yadav. He additionally had a dialogue with the scholars.   

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After Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, tensions have risen within the area.   

On Ukraine disaster, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi additionally chaired a high-level assembly on Saturday.   

Union Minister for Exterior Affairs S Jaishankar, International Secretary of India Harsh Vardhan Shringla and different prime officers attended the assembly.  

Below Operation Ganga, over 13,300 individuals have returned to India so removed from war-torn Ukraine, mentioned the Ministry of Exterior Affairs on Saturday.  

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Virtually all Indians have left Kharkiv metropolis in Ukraine, mentioned the ministry.  

Now, the primary focus of the federal government is to evacuate residents from the Sumy space. It’s difficult because of the ongoing violence and lack of transportation.   

‘Particular envoys’ have been deployed by the federal government to 5 neighbouring international locations, who share a border with Ukraine, to coordinate and oversee the evacuation technique of Indian nationals.   

(With inputs from companies) 

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