‘Happiest day of my life’: Indian envoy in Ukraine Satpathy to evacuated college students from Sumy, India News News

“Students, this is perhaps one of the happiest moments of in my life. Because I finally see all of you safe and sound.”

These emotional phrases from Indian Envoy to Ukraine Partha Satpathy whereas addressing Indian college students nicely encapsulated the trials and tribulations of evacuation from Sumy.

Indian authorities on Tuesday have been in a position to evacuate over 500 Indian college students from the besieged metropolis of Sumy in Ukraine which was probably the most difficult of all evacuations below Operation Ganga. Below operation Ganga, India has been in a position to convey again over 18000 of its residents from the war-torn nation in particular flights.

Chatting with Indian college students at Lviv railway station, the Indian envoy mentioned, “what I wanted to share with you, it has been difficult for all of you, 7-8 days in the bunker, but it has been equally difficult for all of us, who have been trying to get you out.” 

The Indian college students will now journey to Poland from the place they are going to be introduced again to India. Sharing a private anecdote, envoy Satpathy mentioned, “The only message I have, when I would feel really difficult, how to get my boys out, my daughter will call me and say, Papa, think that I am there with them. This believe me is the attitude all of us have worked in the embassy, we all believed our children are out there”

The Indian college students in Sumy have been in dire situations for days because the shelling of the town continued. Earlier this week, the Russians and the Ukrainians agreed on a humanitarian hall that led to evacuation of Indian college students. The Indian envoy had earlier met Governor of Lviv Maksym Kozytskyi and the Mayor of Lviv Metropolis Andriy Sadovyi.

Throughout his deal with on the railway station, envoy lauded the position performed by Ukrainian authorities and mentioned, “I have just one request for all of you, this has been a very difficult time for people of Ukraine too. They have helped you, railways has helped you, the border point will help you. Please be patient, and appreciate what they have done”. 

India was in contact with each Kyiv and Moscow for secure evacuation of Indian nationals. The envoy additionally had a message for fogeys, by which he mentioned, “We promised to bring every Indian back, this was the PM’s direct objective. Get every Indian back. This is what we have done, and I am so happy you will be all with your parents.”

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