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Indian Embassy advises against aggressive behaviour at Ukraine railway stations

Kyiv/New Delhi: With weekend curfew lifted in Ukraine, the Indian Embassy in Kyiv on Monday asked students to move to the western part of the country, and also advised students to remain composed and “especially not to exhibit aggressive behaviour while at the railway stations”.

In a fresh advisory, the Indian Embassy also advised Indians to be mindful of the fact that Ukrainians “both civilians and authorities have been remarkably supportive in facilitating the evacuation efforts of Indian citizens, especially considering these critical and dangerous times”.

The advisory from the Indian Embassy in Ukraine also read: “Weekend curfew lifted in Kyiv. All students are advised to make their way to the railway station for onward journey to western parts. Ukraine Railways is using special trains for evacuations. We sincerely request all Indian nationals/students to remain calm, peaceful, and united. A large crowd can be expected at the railway stations. Therefore, it is advised that all Indian students remain patient, composed and especially not exhibit aggressive behaviour while at the railway stations.

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“We expect delays in trains’ schedule, even cancellation at times and long queues. Indian students are requested to carry their passports, sufficient cash, ready-to-eat meals, easy accessible winter clothing and only essential items to ensure easy mobility. Be mindful of your belongings at all times.

“Ukrainians, both civilians and authorities, have been remarkably supportive in facilitating evacuation efforts of Indian citizens, especially considering these critical and dangerous times. You are all requested to respect these sentiments,” read the statement.

Earlier today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi chaired a meeting with high-ranking ministers and officials regarding the ongoing Russia-Ukraine crisis and the situations of Indian students in Ukraine who are appealing to be brought back. Four Union Ministers of the Government of India are scheduled to travel to Ukraine’s neighbouring countries to oversee the evacuation of Indian students stranded in Ukraine amidst Russia’s invasion of the country, sources said.

Indiablooms News Service

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