The Indian Embassy in Ukraine has asked all Indian nationals still in war-torn Ukraine to urgently fill up a Google form with all their details for immediate evacuation.
On Sunday, the embassy tweeted, “All Indian nationals who still remain in Ukraine are requested to fill up the details contained in the attached Google Form on an URGENT BASIS.”
“Be Safe Be Strong,” the tweet said.
The Google form that needs to be filled up by Indian nationals still in Ukraine requires them to enter their email ID, full name, age, gender, passport number, address in Ukraine, contact number in Ukraine and contact number in India.
Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24. While a vast Russian armoured column threatening Ukraine’s capital remains stalled outside Kyiv, Russia’s military has launched hundreds of missile and artillery attacks on cities and other sites across the country.
At least 331 civilians have been confirmed killed since the fighting began, but the actual number is probably much higher, the UN human rights office said. More than 1.4 million people have fled Ukraine.
Since the invasion, the Indian government has been evacuating Indian nationals from Ukraine via neighbouring countries under Operation Ganga.
Around 13,300 people have returned to India from Ukraine so far by 63 flights under Operation Ganga, the Ministry of External Affairs said on Saturday.
source: India Today