NEW DELHI: The Indian Embassy in Ukraine on Monday advised its citizens stranded in conflict zones to remain calm and visit railway stations.
Amid intense fighting between Russian and Ukrainian forces over the past five days, a weekend curfew was lifted in Ukraine’s capital Kyiv, paving the way for Indian citizens to move to safer and safer places.
“All students are advised to visit the railway station for travel to western parts,” the advisory said.

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It also called upon Indians not to show aggressive behavior at railway stations.
The embassy said, “We expect train schedule delays, even multiple cancellations and long queues. Indian students are requested to carry their passport, sufficient cash, ready-to-eat food, and conveniently Carry only essentials to ensure accessible winter clothing and easy mobility.” Said in the second advisory of the day.
Here are the main points of consultation:

  • Students should reach the railway station as the weekend curfew has been lifted in Kyiv.
  • Indian citizens should not visit any border posts at border posts without prior coordination with government officials.
  • Indian citizens/students should remain calm, peaceful and united.
  • Stranded Indians should not show aggressive behavior at railway stations.
  • Indians should live in Ukraine’s western cities where water, food, housing and basic amenities are relatively secure.
  • Students should be alert for possible delays in train schedules, even on time cancellations and long queues.
  • Students should carry their passport, sufficient cash, ready-to-eat food, easily accessible winter clothing and only essential items to ensure easy mobility.
  • Indian citizens should be mindful of their belongings at all times.
  • Ukrainians, both civilians and officials, have been remarkably instrumental in facilitating the evacuation efforts of Indian nationals, especially in view of these critical and dangerous times. All Indians should respect this sentiment.


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