More officials being deputed to the Indian Embassy in Ukraine: V. Muraleedharan

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Union Minister of State for External Affairs V. Muraleedharan announced on Thursday that more personnel / officials are being deputed to the Indian Embassy in Ukraine.

"At our embassy in that country, more helplines have been opened. Our primary concern is the safety of Indians, and we are developing numerous strategies and programmes to provide assistance to our people. We want to reassure everyone that there is no need to be alarmed since India has expertise with evacuations, just as we did in Iraq "Muraleedharan addressed the media.

"I have spoke with Kerala students in Ukraine, who stated that while there are concerns in the eastern portion of Ukraine, everything are okay on the western side. The Indian Embassy will use social media to communicate instead of relying solely on telephone lines. The control room in Delhi has also been upgraded. Later in the day, I'll arrive in Delhi "Muraleedharan stated.

Meanwhile, Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has written a letter to the Centre, pleading for prompt assistance on behalf of the 2,320 Kerala students studying in Ukraine.

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