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The tense situation between Russia and Ukraine alerted several countries of the globe as their citizens are residing there. The Indian Embassy in Ukraine alerted the students and wanted them to return back to the country at the earliest. Russia now pulled back some of the troops from the border along Ukraine. The Indian Embassy in Kyiv is closely monitoring the situation and issued FAQs for the citizens of India. The Indian government is in plans to increase the number of flights so that all the students and the citizens will return back to the country soon. After a cyberattack on Ukraine, Russia clarified that it has nothing to do with the attack.
"Embassy of India in Kyiv continues to monitor the situation on a regular basis. Some FAQs for Indian citizens are placed below, and all citizens are advised to go through the same" told the official statement of the Indian Embassy in Ukraine. Russia continues their military build-up, says NATO Secretary General. The Kremlin denied about the cyberattack yesterday in Ukraine. Rajya Sabha MP and and Deputy Leader of Shiv Sena, Priyanka Chaturvedi urged the Union Ministry of External Affairs of India to evacuate the Indians who are stranded in Ukraine. The Indian Embassy in Ukraine told that there is nothing much to panic.
By Siva Kumar