Evacuation of Indian college students from Sumy raised by PM Modi with Ukraine President, India News News

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has raised the difficulty of evacuation of Indian college students stranded in Sumy throughout his telephonic dialog with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky on Monday (March 7).

Greater than 500 Indian college students are stranded within the besieged metropolis. Indian authorities sources mentioned PM Modi “sought continued support” from the Ukrainian authorities for the evacuation of Indian nationals from town. 

Prime Minister Modi thanked President Zelensky for the assistance prolonged by the federal government of Ukraine within the evacuation of Indian nationals. 

India has launched ‘Operation Ganga’ to evacuate its nationals from the war-torn nation who’ve crossed over to neighbouring nations like Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania and Moldova. 

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Below ‘Operation Ganga’, thus far 76 Flights have introduced over 15920 Indians again to India. Out of those 76 flights, 13 flights landed within the 24 hours. 

In all, over 21000 Indians got here out of Ukraine for the reason that issuance of the advisory in January 2022. Out of those, 19920 Indians have already reached India. 

The decision between the 2 leaders lasted for 35 minutes throughout which the “evolving situation in Ukraine” was the highest focus. 

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It has been over per week for the reason that Russian invasion of Ukraine began which has led to hundreds leaving the nation for neighbouring nations like Poland, Slovakia, Romania and Hungary. Prime Minister Modi appreciated the persevering with direct dialogue between Russia and Ukraine. 

Later at the moment, PM may even converse to Russian President Putin. This would be the third discuss between the 2 leaders within the final two weeks. 

Throughout his first dialog with President Putin on February 24, PM appealed for cessation of violence and return to the trail of diplomatic negotiations. 

It was on February 24, Russia started the invasion of Ukraine. Whereas the protection of Indian nationals has been the highest focus of the talks, PM Modi has in the course of the talks has emphasised “honest and sincere dialogue” in line with the readout by the Indian facet. The second dialog occurred final week. 

Ukraine has been requesting Indian assist to defuse the disaster. Over the weekend, Ukraine’s overseas minister Dmytro Kuleba had urged PM Modi to succeed in out to Russian President Putin to cease the continued invasion of his nation. 

Pointing to the “special relations” between India and Russia, Ukraine overseas minister Dmytro Kuleba in response to WION query mentioned, “All countries who enjoy special relations with India they can appeal to President Putin, PM Modi we call him to continue reaching out to President Putin and explaining to him that this war is against interest of all”. 

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