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Indian Embassy in Ukraine asks stranded students to fill Google form on ‘urgent basis’

By Priyanka Verma 
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Indian Embassy in Ukraine asks stranded students to fill Google form on ‘urgent basis’

Kyiv: The Indian embassy on Sunday, March 6, issued fresh advisories for its stranded nationals in war-hit Ukraine as the evacuation process nears its final stages. In two separate statements posted on their respective Twitter handles, the embassies in Hungary and Ukraine asked Indians to contact the Hungary city centre and also fill out a Google form on an “urgent basis”.

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“All Indian nationals who still remain in Ukraine are requested to fill up the details contained in the attached Google Form on an URGENT BASIS,” the embassy tweeted and asked the people to be ‘safe’ and ‘strong’ till they are evacuated.

In the form, Indians need to provide their full name as available in the passport, email id, age, gender, passport number, present location and exact address of the same in Ukraine, contact numbers in Ukraine as well as in India, and additional number of Indians staying with them.

Meanwhile, Indian Embassy in Hungary began its final leg of the evacuation process and asked students who have already crossed Ukraine’s border and are staying in their own accommodations to reach the Hungaria City Center in the Hungarian capital Budapest between 10 am and noon.

“Important Announcement: Embassy of India begins its last leg of Operation Ganga flights today. All those students staying in their OWN accommodation ( other than arranged by Embassy) are requested to reach @Hungariacitycentre , Rakoczi Ut 90, Budapest between 10 am-12 pm,” the ,embassy in Hungary said in a tweet.

India has so far brought back about 13,700 of its citizens from Ukraine on special flights under Operation Ganga that was started soon after Russia invaded the east European nation more than a week ago. The government has also roped in the Indian Air Force (IAF) for the mission. Since the Ukrainian airspace has been shut for civilian flights following Moscow’s military offensive, which entered the 11th day on Sunday, India has been evacuating its stranded nationals via land routes of Moldova, Slovakia, Romania, Poland and Hungary.

Addressing an event in Pune earlier in the day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that it is due to India’s “growing influence” that “thousands of students” were brought home from the war zone of Ukraine.

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