Mar 02, 2022, 09:44PM ISTSource: TOI.in

The Indian Embassy in Ukraine has told stranded students to leave Kharkiv immediately, but it is near impossible for many to move out of the war-torn city. The Times of India spoke to one of the students stranded in Kharkiv. The Indian Embassy issued two advisories on March 2, with the first asking Indian citizens to leave Kharkiv by 6PM Ukraine time (9.30 pm IST), and then a second which asked them to leave the city immediately.





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