PM Narendra Modi holds meeting on Ukraine crisis, reviews evacuation process

New Delhi : PM Narendra Modi on Friday held a significant level gathering on the Russia-Ukraine emergency and audited the advancement of Operation Ganga. The gathering comes in the midst of reports of an Indian understudy being shot at in Kyiv and hospitalized. Association serve General VK Singh on Friday said he had gotten reports that an understudy who has been taken shots at has been hospitalized.

Since a hard and fast conflict broke out among Russia and Ukraine, PM Modi has been holding a progression of significant level gatherings. PM Modi has addressed Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky also.

Under the initiative of PM Modi, Operation Ganga has been sent off with four Union clergymen deputed to four adjoining nations of Ukraine to direct every part of the departure.

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Three additional Indian Air Force’s C-17 airplanes got back to Hindan airbase toward the end of last night and right off the bat Friday early daytime conveying 630 Indian nationals from Ukraine, involving runways in Romania and Hungary under Operation Ganga.

As indicated by the outside undertakings service, more than 9,000 residents have been taken back to India from Ukraine up to this point.

As the clearing system is going on, India is keeping a mindful position on the worldwide stage, going without UNGA goals against Russia, however India has pursued for a prompt truce. Joining the virtual gatherings of Quad pioneers on Thursday, PM Modi consented to US, Australia and Japan authority that another helpful help and fiasco alleviation component ought to be laid out.

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