The Indian Embassy in Ukraine on Wednesday issued an “urgent” recommendation to all Indian nationals in the war-torn Kharkiv region. The Indians were asked to leave the city immediately and to reach Pesochin, Babaye and Bezlyudovka at the earliest. The embassy further urged nationals to reach these settlements before 6 p.m. (Ukrainian time) under all circumstances.
“Urgent recommendation to all Indian nationals in Kharkiv. For their own safety, they must leave Kharkiv immediately. Go to Pesochin, Babaye and Bezlyudovka as soon as possible. By all means, they must reach these settlements by 18:00 (Ukrainian time) today,” the Embassy of India tweeted.
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