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Ukraine Crisis | Govt Working Day And Night, Will Evacuate All Stranded Indians: PM Modi

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Basti (Uttar Pradesh): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday stated that his authorities will do no matter attainable to deliver again all of the Indian residents stranded in Ukraine.

“By working Operation Ganga, we’re bringing again hundreds of Indians dwelling. Our sons, daughters nonetheless stranded in Ukraine might be introduced again,” stated Prime Minister Modi.

“The federal government is working day and night time for them…Wherever there may be hassle, we left no stone unturned to deliver our residents again,” he added addressing a rally in Basti, Uttar Pradesh, ANI reported.

The Prime Minister’s remarks got here a day after he spoke with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky.

President Zelensky through the dialog briefed Prime Minister Modi intimately concerning the ongoing battle state of affairs in Ukraine.

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Expressing deep anguish concerning the lack of life and property as a result of ongoing battle, Prime Minister Modi reiterated his name for a direct cessation of violence and a return to dialogue.

He expressed India’s willingness to contribute in any approach in the direction of peace efforts.

Prime Minister Modi additionally conveyed New Delhi’s deep concern for the protection and safety of Indian residents, together with college students, current in Ukraine.

He sought facilitation by the Ukrainian authorities to expeditiously and safely evacuate the Indian residents.

In the meantime, the fourth Operation Ganga flight with the Indian evacuees from Ukraine has set off from Bucharest for New Delhi.

Exterior Affairs Minister Dr S. Jaishankar stated 198 Indian nationals are coming again to India.

“Fourth #OperationGanga flight is wheels up from Bucharest. 198 Indian nationals are coming again to Delhi,” he tweeted.

Earlier this morning, the third flight of Operation Ganga with 240 Indian nationals from Budapest landed in New Delhi.

The Ukrainian airspace has been closed for civil plane operations following the nation’s ongoing tensions with Russia.

The Indian evacuation flights are, due to this fact, working out of Romanian capital Bucharest and Hungarian capital Budapest.


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