Amid ongoing military operations of Russia in Ukraine, the Indian Embassy issued a third travel advisory to Indian nationals/students.
The Mission asked Indians to be aware of the surroundings, be safe, do not leave homes unless necessary and stress on carrying their documents at all times.
“As you are aware, Ukraine is under martial law, which has made movement difficult. For those students who are stranded without a place of stay in Kiev, Mission is in touch with establishments to put them up,” read the Indian Embassy statement.
“We are aware that certain places are hearing air sirens/bomb warnings. In case you are faced with such a situation, google maps have a list of nearby bomb shelters, many of which are located in underground metro,” advised the statement.
Moreover, the Indian Embassy in Ukraine also provided the official link from KMDA Kiev city administration for bomb shelters – kyivcity.gov.ua/bezpeka ta pravoporiadok/bomboskhovy shcha ta ukryttia/
Earlier, the Indian Embassy in Kiev advised its citizens to leave Ukraine temporarily in view of the continued high levels of tensions and uncertainties between Russia and Ukraine.
UK will Respond ‘Decisively’ to Russia attack on Ukraine: Boris Johnson
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Thursday termed the Russian invasion of Kiev as a “catastrophe for the European continent” and said that Britain and its allies ‘will respond decisively’.
He blamed Russian President Vladimir Putin for choosing a “path of bloodshed and destruction” for his unprovoked attack on Ukraine.
“I am appalled by the horrific events in Ukraine and I have spoken to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to discuss the next steps. President Putin has chosen a path of bloodshed and destruction by launching this unprovoked attack on Ukraine. The UK and our allies will respond decisively,” tweeted Johnson.
“This is a catastrophe for our continent. I will make an address to the nation this morning on the Russian invasion of Ukraine. I will also speak to fellow G7 leaders and I am calling for an urgent meeting of all NATO leaders as soon as possible,” tweeted Johnson.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said special military operations are being launched “to protect” the people in the Donbas region. He also warned other countries that any attempt to interfere with the Russian action would lead to “consequences”.
Notably, Ukraine has introduced martial law, urging citizens to remain calm amid Russia’s military operations.
UK PM Johnson said that the Russian move is a catastrophe for the European continent. Further, Johnson informed that he will address the nation on the Russian invasion of Ukraine and will also speak to his fellow G7 leaders, as well as call an urgent meeting of NATO.