Indian Embassy Assures These Safety Steps for Medical Students in Kyrgyzstan
Indian Embassy Assures These Safety Steps for Medical Students in Kyrgyzstan

On May 24, the Indian Embassy in Kyrgyzstan released an important update for Indian medical students in the country. The Embassy announced via social media that it is collaborating with local medical universities to organize transportation for students to the nearest international airport, addressing their safety concerns. Despite recent violence, the situation in Bishkek remains calm.

The Embassy's post on X stated, "The situation in Bishkek continues to remain calm. However, at the request of Indian medical students, the Embassy is coordinating with medical universities in Kyrgyzstan to arrange transportation to the nearest international airport to address their concerns."

The Embassy advised students to contact their respective universities for further details. In case of any issues, students can reach the Embassy through the helpline numbers 0555710041 and 0555005538.

The Embassy’s efforts aim to ensure the safety and well-being of Indian students during this turbulent period. Students have been urged to stay in close contact with their universities and utilize the provided helpline numbers for any emergencies. The Indian government remains committed to supporting its citizens abroad and is taking proactive measures to mitigate any risks associated with the unrest in Kyrgyzstan.

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