219 students arrived in India from Ukraine

219 students from Ukraine arrived in India safely. The first flight landed at Mumbai Airport. The students were welcomed by Union Minister Piyush Goyal.

219 students from Ukraine reached India safely. The first flight from Romania arrived at Mumbai Airport. The plane took off from Bucharest, the Romanian capital, on Saturday afternoon. According to the Center, the first flight with 219 passengers from Ukraine landed in Mumbai.

Union Minister Piyush Goyal himself welcomed the students from Ukraine. Selfies were taken with him on this occasion. On this occasion, we move forward with the goal of safely repatriating Indians from the crisis in Ukraine. So far 219 students have reached Mumbai. We welcome those who have returned home. This is the first batch. The second batch will also reach Delhi soon. This will continue until all Indians in Ukraine are deported, ”said Piyush Goel.

The flight crew also expressed their happiness on the occasion. He said it was a great pleasure to bring Indians here. He said the students were also very happy to return home safely and thanked the government for giving them such an opportunity.

Indian government officials have been instructing Indians to stay safe in the wake of the attacks in Ukraine. The Indian Embassy in Kiev has advised Indian citizens not to go near border checkposts without prior coordination with government officials.

Ukrainian President's phone to PM Narendra Modi

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky has called Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Once again he asked for Indian help. Modi was briefed about the Russian attacks on Ukraine. The matter was reported via Twitter.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky has called Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Zhelensky once again asked for help. Asked for political support. On this occasion, Narendra Modi was briefed about the ongoing Russian attacks in Ukraine. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expressed concern over the loss of life and property in Ukraine. This was revealed by the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zhelensky on Twitter.

President Volodymyr Zhelenzky said he had explained to Prime Minister Modi how Russia had attacked more than 100,000 invaders. He also called for India's support at a UN Security Council meeting. Meanwhile, the PMO said in a statement that the Prime Minister had expressed deep sorrow over the loss of life and property in the ongoing war between Ukraine and Russia. Narendra Modi called for an immediate end to the violence and for a resumption of talks. Expressed willingness to cooperate for peace efforts.

The PM also expressed concern over the safety of Indian students in Ukraine. He asked the Ukrainian authorities to evacuate him safely as he was an Indian citizen. On the other hand, Russian attacks on Ukraine continue. The Ukrainian capital, Kiev, has been hit by a series of bombings. With this, the people there are running away. Many are leaving the country.

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