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Russia – The Indian embassy in Ukraine has done a great job in rescuing Indians in Ukraine after the escalating war. Under Operation Ganga, 20,000 Indians were repatriated safely.
Kivh Russia and Ukraine (Rassuia- Ukraine) The Indian embassy, which was relocated from Kiev to Poland when the war reached its peak, will now return to Kiev. From Kiev next week (Kyiv(Indian Embassy)Indian Embassy) Officers will start work. The announcement was made by the Indian government on Friday. On March 13, the war between Russia and Ukraine reached its climax. There were constant attacks from Russia in the western part of Ukraine. So the Indian embassy was moved to Warsaw in Poland. Now, with Russia’s attacks on the eastern part of Ukraine, it is time to reopen the embassy in Kiev, according to the Indian Ministry of External Affairs. Many Western nations are also preparing to begin the political process in Kiev once again to align themselves with Ukraine. Against this backdrop, India is also said to have decided to reopen its embassy in Kiev. Last week, Japan and Canada also reopened their embassies. Meanwhile, US officials have also visited Kiev and have not yet officially opened the embassy.
The Indian Embassy in Ukraine, which was temporarily operating out of Warsaw (Poland), would be resuming its operation in Kyiv wef 17 May 2022. The Embassy was temporarily relocated to Warsaw on 13 March 2022: Ministry of External Affairs (MEA). pic.twitter.com/LklV0NzyqN
– ANI (ANI) May 13, 2022
The embassy was moved after ‘Operation Ganga’.
Russia – The Indian embassy in Ukraine has done a great job in rescuing Indians in Ukraine after the escalating war. Under Operation Ganga, 20,000 Indians were repatriated safely. Following the success of the mission, which began on 26 February, the Indian Embassy in Ukraine was temporarily relocated to Warsaw, Poland on 13 March. The Indian embassy is preparing to relocate from Kiev once again next week, starting May 17, the foreign ministry said.
KNMU University’s online education closed
Meanwhile, there is disappointing news for students who have to return home to study medicine in Ukraine. Kharkiv National Medical University (KNMU), one of the leading universities in Ukraine, has decided to discontinue online education. The Russian-Ukrainian war has had a devastating effect on the education sector, with some reports suggesting that the decision was taken because the Ukrainian government has cut off university salaries. KNMU University has sent an e-mail to the students in this regard stating that the examinations of the students will be held by the end of May and they will be taken on the educational app of the Government of Ukraine. There are 12,000 students studying under KNMU University, out of which 2,000 students are Indian.