The Indian government can play an important role during the ongoing war in Ukraine (Russia-Ukraine War). According to reports provided by top government officials, PM Modi will meet with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy in the morning on Monday. He will also meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin in the afternoon. PM Modi spoke to President Putin about the Russia-Ukraine crisis a few days ago.
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Russia has attacked Ukraine for the 12th consecutive day. The Russian army has destroyed many Ukrainian cities during this time. Indian President Narendra Modi has already appealed to stop the attack by speaking with Russia.
The initiative was taken by PM Modi, as nearly 1.5 million people have fled war-torn Ukraine. Meanwhile, India is responsible for evacuating the civilians trapped in Ukraine. Operation Ganga has been launched for this reason. It is ending soon.
The Prime Minister Narendra Modi had earlier spoken to Vladimir Putin and appealed to him to let Indian citizens leave safely. The Russians responded to this appeal by stopping the attacks in Kharkiv for six hours and allowing the Indians to leave.
So far, 15900 Indians have returned home
1200 students will be flown to India by 7 flights as part of Operation Ganga on Monday. A total of 2135 Indians returned home from 11 flights on Sunday. So far, 15 thousand 900 Indians have returned home, according to the Civil Aviation Ministry. Operation Ganga began on 22 February.
Four buses set up for Sumi students
Poltava is being used to transport Indian students stranded in Sumy on the Ukraine-Russia border to Budapest, Hungary via Poltava. They will be airlifted to India from here. Four 50-50-seat buses have been installed for this purpose. The information was provided by Union Minister Hardeep Singh Puri to ANI in Budapest.