Another flight from Romania’s capital Bucharest carrying 250 Indian nationals stranded in Ukraine landed at Delhi airport early on Sunday. Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia welcomed the people from Ukraine with a rose at the airport here.
Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia
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Ukraine (UkraineThe central government is constantly trying to bring the stranded Indian citizens to India safely. In this episode, the second flight from Bucharest, the capital of Romania, carrying 250 Indian nationals stranded in Ukraine, was carried out at Delhi Airport in the early hours of Sunday.Delhi Airport) landed. Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya (Civil Aviation Minister) at the airport here.Jyotiraditya Scindia) Scindia welcomed the people from Ukraine with a rose. Prime Minister Narendra Modi had raised the issue of safe return of Indian citizens in talks with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. Earlier, the first flight from Bucharest came to Mumbai carrying 219 people.
External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar had told that under ‘Operation Ganga’, another flight carrying 250 Indians is coming from Bucharest on Sunday. After these two flights, now the third flight from Budapest is also likely to arrive on Sunday. It is reported that Indian officials in Ukraine are facing many complications in moving their people to neighboring countries. About 16,000 Indians are currently stranded in Ukraine.
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What did Scindia say to the citizens?
Scindia while interacting with Indian citizens at Delhi Airport said that every citizen in India has returned home. Please send a message to all your friends and associates that we are with them and will guarantee their safe return. PM Modi is in touch with Ukrainian and Russian President, talks are on to ensure that everyone is brought home safely. I am deeply grateful to Air India for your safe return to India. Jai Hind.
Indian Embassy advises citizens to be patient
The Indian Embassy in Ukraine has said that it is closely monitoring the changing developments and situation in the eastern parts of the country. The embassy appealed to Indian citizens to be patient and stay safe amid the crisis of war. The embassy said in a series of tweets that it is in constant touch with the authorities for the safety of Indian citizens. The tweet said, ‘Keeping a close watch on the changing developments in the eastern part of Ukraine. We are in constant touch with the authorities for the safety of our citizens. Our message to all Indians living in Ukraine is that we are with you.
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