Foreign Ministry again issued advisory for Indians trapped in Ukraine

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New Delhi: Indian Embassy has again issued an advisory for the people trapped in Ukraine. In fact, some Indians are still living in many cities including Kharkiv. Some of them want to return, while the rest have not approached the Indian Embassy for help. Another advisory has been issued to help them. Meanwhile, the body of Naveen Shekarappa Gyanagoudarm of Karnataka will reach Bengaluru airport on Monday, March 21. Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai himself gave this information. Naveen, a medical student from Karnataka, was killed in Ukraine in shelling during the Russo-Ukraine War. His body has not been brought yet. But now arrangements have been made to remove his body from the war-torn area.

Numbers issued for help
On the other hand, a brief advisory was issued by the Indian Embassy in Kyiv on Friday, which states that the Indian Embassy is ready to help every citizen and is working 24 hours a day. Three phone numbers have also been issued by the Indian Embassy, ​​on which messages can be sent through WhatsApp. Apart from these, an e-mail id has also been issued. These numbers are –

Email: [email protected]

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Any Indian trapped in Ukraine can put his message on the phone numbers issued by the embassy. Apart from this, Indians in trouble can also apprise the embassy about their needs by e-mail. Let us tell you that the Indian Embassy in Kyiv is currently temporarily closed. These days the Indian Embassy has opened its camp office in Warsaw, Poland. India has rescued more than 22 thousand citizens trapped in Ukraine. But there are still some people trapped in Ukraine, who may need help. The Government of India has said that this operation will continue until all Indians return safely.