'Be ready to leave': Indian embassy instruct students in Ukraine's Sumy

Over 15,920 Indian nationals have been returned in 76 flights under the mission "Operation Ganga," which began on Feb. 26, 2022.

'Be ready to leave': Indian embassy instruct students in Ukraine's Sumy
Indian Students being brought back to India from Ukraine. (Credits: Twitter / TajinderSTS)

The Indian Embassy informed Indian students stuck in a medical college hostel in Sumy, Ukraine, to "be ready to leave on short notice" to get back to the nation under the Russia-Ukraine crisis.

Students of the Sumy State University, which is situated in a town 40 kilometers away from the northeast border of Ukraine. Credits: twitter.com / AskAnshul

The embassy mentioned in a tweet that the 'team from embassy of India is stationed in Poltava city to coordinate the safe passage of Indian students stranded in Sumy to Western borders via Poltava.' It also said that the confirmed time and date will be issued soon, and Indian students should 'be ready to leave on short notice.'