India issues an advisory to nationals living in war-torn Ukraine: “Leave Ukraine at The earliest”
According to the Indian Embassy in Ukraine, “Indian citizens and students currently in Ukraine should leave Ukraine as soon as possible.”
The Indian Embassy in Kyiv issued Wednesday an advisory warning people against traveling to the war zone. It also advised citizens currently living in Ukraine to leave as soon as possible.
In a Twitter advisory, the Indian Embassy in Ukraine stated that “In view the deteriorating security status and recent escalation in hostilities throughout Ukraine, Indian citizens are advised not to travel to Ukraine.”
It stated that all Indian citizens, students included, should leave Ukraine as soon as possible.
Multiple explosions were heard in Kyiv on Monday morning. These were later attributed to targeted attacks using Iranian-made drones against Ukrainian infrastructure and cities.
Vitali Klitschko, Kyiv Mayor, said that at least five people were killed in Russia’s attack on the Ukrainian capital.
“The body of an elderly woman, who was found under the rubble of a building at the capital’s center, was discovered yesterday morning by a Russian kamikaze drone. Klitschko tweeted that this is the fifth victim of Russia’s barbaric attack against the capital on October 17.
Volodymyr Zelenskyy, President of Ukraine, stated that 30% of Ukraine’s power plants were destroyed by Russian attacks. This leaves no room for negotiations between “Putin”‘s regime.
“Another type of Russian terrorist attacks: Targeting Ukrainian energy and critical infrastructure. 30 percent of Ukraine’s power plants have been damaged since October 10, causing widespread blackouts in the country. “No room left for negotiations against Putin’s regime,” he tweeted.
Multiple explosions were heard in Kyiv on Monday morning. Later, it was revealed that these were targeted attacks against infrastructure and cities in Ukraine, possibly using drones made in Iran.
After a truck exploded on the Crimea Road Bridge, setting fire to seven fuel tanks for a train headed to the Crimean Peninsula, the war between Russia and Ukraine only intensified.
In 2018, four years after Moscow annexed Crimea in Moscow, Vladimir Putin opened the Crimean Bridge. It was built to connect the peninsula with Russia’s transport network.
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