Russia-Ukraine War: Indian Embassy advises citizens and students to leave Ukraine at the earliest

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Russia-Ukraine War In view of the rising tension in Ukraine, the Indian Embassy has advised Indian citizens including Indian students not to come to Ukraine and leave Ukraine as soon as possible. The Indian Embassy said that the deteriorating security situation is getting worse. 

India on Wednesday issued an advisory to all its citizens to avoid traveling to Ukraine. The advisory also advised students and Indian nationals to leave Ukraine at the earliest, citing the “deteriorating security situation” in Ukraine. This advisory has been published by the Indian Embassy in Ukraine on its Twitter handle.

“In view of the deteriorating security situation, Indian nationals are advised not to travel to Ukraine,” the Indian Embassy in Ukraine said in an advisory posted on its Twitter handle.

Several explosions were heard in Kyiv on Monday morning. It was later reported that targeted attacks against Ukrainian cities and infrastructure were carried out using Iranian-made drones.

Kyiv Mayor Vitaly Klitschko said at least five people were killed in Russia’s attacks on the Ukrainian capital.

Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky has said that 30 percent of Ukraine’s power stations have been destroyed by Russian attacks, leaving no room for talks with the “Putin administration”.

Putin imposed martial law in four regions of Ukraine
Russian President Vladimir Putin has imposed martial law in four regions of Ukraine included in Russia. Putin’s order will take effect from Thursday. Russia has included them this month by holding referendums in Luhansk, Donetsk, Zaporizhia and Kherson. Under the new decision, emergency powers have been given to the administrative heads appointed in these four areas.

Power crisis in Ukraine deepens due to Russian attacks
Russia’s continuing missile strikes and shelling left parts of Ukraine’s villages, towns and two cities in darkness without electricity on Wednesday, according to news agency AP. Ukrainian officials gave this information. To bow down to Kyiv, Moscow is attacking its energy installations. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky urged Ukrainians to try to save the country’s energy installations ahead of last night’s attacks.

Enerhodar Mayor Dmitro Orlov said the city’s fires targeted power and water stations. The southern city is located near the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant, which has been the main target of attacks that have been going on for nearly eight months.

The regional governor said a power plant in Kryvyi Rih, located in Ukraine’s south-central region, was badly destroyed by missile strikes. Russia has become extremely aggressive after an attack on a bridge connecting Crimea with the country and launched a series of attacks on important Ukrainian sites, especially power plants.

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