No purpose for Indian college students to return from Russia: Embassy

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oi-Vicky Nanjappa

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New Delhi, Mar 12: Within the backdrop of the disaster in Ukraine, the Indian embassy in Moscow has mentioned that it sees no safety considerations at current for the Indian college students in Russia to depart that nation.

The embassy, nonetheless, mentioned sure disruptions in Russian banking providers, in addition to direct flight connectivity to India, have been reported and Indian college students might contemplate returning residence if they’ve considerations over these elements.

No reason for Indian students to return from Russia: Embassy

The embassy issued a quick observe with a title: ‘Pointers for Indian college students finding out in Russia’.

The mission mentioned it has been receiving messages from Indian college students in universities in Russia looking for recommendation on their continued keep within the nation. “The embassy would like to reassure all students that at present we see no security reasons for them to leave,” it mentioned.

The embassy mentioned it’s in common contact with related authorities with respect to the security and safety of the Indian nationals, together with college students. “Certain disruption of banking services in Russia and direct flight connectivity from Russia to India is, however, taking place. If students have concerns regarding these aspects and would like to travel back to India, they may consider doing so,” it mentioned.

Concerning the tutorial programmes, the embassy mentioned it has been knowledgeable by a variety of universities that they’ve already shifted to the web distance studying mode. “Students are advised to exercise their discretion in consultation with their respective universities on the appropriate course of action regarding the continuation of their academic activities without disruption,” it mentioned.

The Russian banking providers have seen some disruptions following the imposition of extreme sanctions on the nation by Western powers following its navy aggression towards Ukraine.

Story first printed: Saturday, March 12, 2022, 8:49 [IST]

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