India issues second advisory to Indians in Ukraine
Amid mounting tension on the reported invasion of Ukraine by Russia, US Vice President Kamala Harris delivered remarks at the Munich Security Conference on how the United States, our allies, and partners are demonstrating strength and unity in the face of Russian aggression.
New Delhi: In a second advisory issued on Sunday, India has asked its citizens including students who are living in Ukraine to return if their stay in the east European nation "is not deemed essential".
The Indian embassy in Ukraine said Indian citizens should look for any available commercial or charter flight to get out of the country amid tensions over a possible invasion by Russia.
"In view of the continued high levels of tensions and uncertainties with respect to the situation in Ukraine, all Indian nationals whose stay is not deemed essential and all Indian students, are advised to leave Ukraine temporarily," the Indian embassy in Ukraine tweeted.
"Indian students are advised to also get in touch with respective student contractors for updates on charter flights, and also continue to follow embassy Facebook, website and Twitter for any update," the India embassy said.
Air India will operate three flights between India-Ukraine (Boryspil International Airport) India on 22nd, 24th and 26th February 2022 Booking is open through Air India Booking offices, Website, Call Centre and Authorised Travel Agents.
Meanwhile, amid mounting tension on the reported invasion of Ukraine by Russia, US Vice President Kamala Harris delivered remarks at the Munich Security Conference on how the United States, our allies, and partners are demonstrating strength and unity in the face of Russian aggression.
Kamala Harris said, "We are here in Munich, together, to reaffirm our commitment to these principles. These principles have brought us peace and security. The backbone of this, of course, is NATO — the greatest military alliance the world has ever seen".
A telephone conversation between French President Emmanuel Macron and Russian leader Vladimir Putin about the situation in Ukraine got underway today as planned, news agency AFP reported.