Ukraine crisis: Indian Embassy in Poland shares accommodation details for its citizens

The Indian Embassy in Poland, as part of an evacuation process, on Sunday gave details of a hotel for Indian citizens and guided them to reach the location after crossing the border. Taking to Twitter, Embassy of India in Poland, “Information for Indian citizens in Ukraine wishing to evacuate via Poland: Once people are able to cross the border, they should reach the location below. below 250 ready beds at Hotel Prezydencki, ul. Podwislocze 48, Rzeszow.”

Poland is allowing visa-free entry for all Indian nationals evacuating conflict-torn Ukraine, the Polish Embassy in India announced on Sunday. Polish Ambassador to India Adam Burakowski shared the information on his Twitter account. Taking to Twitter, Burakowski said, “Poland allows visa-free entry to all Indian students escaping Russian aggression in Ukraine.”

The fourth flight left Bucharest, Romania, for Delhi to bring 198 stranded Indians back from Ukraine safely as part of “Operation Ganga”, External Affairs Minister Dr S Jaishankar said on Sunday. “Operation Ganga continues. The fourth flight has departed to bring our 198 Indians from Bucharest to Delhi safely,” Jaishankar said in a Tweet.

Earlier in a Tweet, the Foreign Secretary said the third flight to Delhi with 240 Indian nationals took off from Budapest in Hungary under Operation Ganga. “The third flight of #OperationGanga with 240 Indian nationals took off from Budapest for Delhi,” he tweeted. Amid the ongoing crisis between Ukraine and Russia, the Indian Embassy in Kyiv has advised Indian citizens not to travel to any of the border checkpoints without prior coordination with government officials at the posts. borders. (ANI)

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