Russia Ukraine Crisis: Since the start of the Russian invasion of Ukraine on 24 February, more than 17 lakh people have left Ukraine and have taken refuge in other countries. Of these, about one million people have taken refuge in Poland.
India student returned from Ukraine.
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Ukraine (UkraineA total of 1314 Indians were brought home through seven civil flights on Monday from neighboring countries. This information has been given by the Ministry of Civil Aviation. Meanwhile, the student who got off a special flight that reached Delhi said, ‘We have traveled a lot. It was difficult to board the train as they were not giving preference to Indians. Another student said, ‘I am thankful to the embassy officials for getting me out safely.’ Actually, on February 24, Russia (Russia) had attacked Ukraine, after which the Government of India ‘Operation Ganga’ (Operation Ganga) is airlifting Indian citizens.
An Indian student who arrived at Hindon Air Base from Poland said, ‘We had taken shelter in a bunker. The Ukrainian army also helped a little. When the situation improved, we reached Poland via Lviv. We got scared because there was bombing.
The Ministry of Civil Aviation has said, ‘Two special flights are expected to be operated from Suseva in Romania tomorrow to bring back more than 400 Indians’ . It was told from his side, ‘Another flight is expected to reach late evening (on Monday).’ Ukraine’s airspace has been closed since February 24 since Russia’s invasion. Indians stranded in the war-torn country are being brought home by plane via Ukraine’s neighboring countries like Romania, Hungary, Slovakia and Poland.
Ukraine conflict: Special flight carrying stranded Indians, arrives in Delhi
“We suffered a lot. Boarding train was difficult as they weren’t giving preference to Indians,” a student said
“I am thankful to embassy officials for safely evacuating me,” another student said pic.twitter.com/y4xyeWHtKF
— ANI (@ANI) March 7, 2022
Over 17 million people left Ukraine
The UN refugee agency says that more than 17 million people have so far taken refuge in safe places, leaving war-torn Ukraine. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees said on Monday that more than 1.7 million people have fled Ukraine and taken refuge in other countries since the start of the Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24. Of these, about one million people have taken refuge in Poland. At the same time, more than 180,000 people have taken refuge in Hungary while 128,000 people have taken refuge in Slovakia.
European Union foreign affairs policy chief Josep Borrell in Montpellier, France, has called on all 27 member states to mobilize all necessary resources to help these refugees to welcome refugees from Ukraine, including neighboring Poland and Romania. To help other countries. Borrell also held a meeting with the development ministers of the European Union in this regard.
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