The Indian government is desperately trying to rescue Indian citizens who are trapped in war-torn Ukraine. At least 46 flights are to be operated through Ukrainian neighbors by the Indian government to evacuate Indians. Till March 8, 46 flights are scheduled under Operation Ganga. According to the Ministry of External Affairs, making arrangements for aircraft flights is not a problem for us and we can arrange further flights. We are concerned that as Ukrainian and Russian forces fight more, Indians will be displaced from western Ukraine to cities such as Kyiv and Kharkiv.
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In case Indians stranded in Ukraine need to reach help, please let us know their flight number and helpline…
Operation Ganga flight details
There will be 46 flights scheduled to Budapest, Bucharest, and other destinations until March 8. Bucharest will be served by 29 flights. They will have 13 Air India, 8 Air India Express, 5 Indigo, 2 SpiceJet, and one Indian Airforce plane.
There is a helpline for Indians in Ukraine
On Monday, Som Prakash announced that helplines have been set up for stranded families of students in war-torn Ukraine. Please use the following numbers for assistance: 1800118797 (Toll-Free Number), +91 11-23012113, 23014104, 23017905, Ministry of External Affairs Helpline No. +91 11-23012113, 23014104, 23017905, Contact the Ministry of External Affairs through the prescribed format for additional details.
There is also an email address
Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org and WhatsApp numbers: 91-9871288796 and 91-9810229322 are available for students.
Border countries separate helpline
In those border countries, separate helplines have also been set up to help Indians who are leaving Ukraine and heading to their neighbors.
Romanian : email@example.com +40 732124309, 771632567, 745161631, 740528123
Polska : firstname.lastname@example.org +48 225400000, 795850877, 792712511
Hungary : whatsapp- +36 308517373 +36 308517373, 13257742, 13257743
Slovakia : email@example.com + 421 252631377, 252962916, 951697560
All Indians have left Kiev
Our citizens have all departed Kiev, according to Harsh Vardhan Shringla. As far as we know, there are no longer any citizens in Kiev. We have not heard from anyone there. Approximately 20,000 Indian students lived in Ukraine at the time of our first advisory. Over 12,000 Indians have since left the country. The remaining 40% of students live in war zones, and half have reached or are nearing Ukraine’s western border.