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Indian embassy in Ukraine issues fresh advisory as martial law imposed

Movement of people is now difficult in Ukraine as it is under martial law and those hearing air sirens and bomb warnings should find nearby bomb shelters, the Indian embassy in Kyiv said

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Donetsk: Military trucks move down a street outside Donetsk, the territory controlled by pro-Russian militants, eastern Ukraine, late Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2022. Photo: Reuters

Press Trust of India New Delhi
Movement of people is now difficult in Ukraine as it is under martial law and those hearing air sirens and bomb warnings should find nearby bomb shelters, the Indian embassy in Kyiv said in a fresh advisory to Indians there.
"As you are aware, Ukraine is under martial law, which has made movement difficult," it said.
It said for those students who are stranded without a place of stay in Kyiv, the embassy is in touch with establishments to put them up.
"We are aware that certain places are hearing air sirens/bomb warnings. In case you are faced with such a situation, google maps has a list of nearby bomb shelters, many of which are located in underground metros," it said.
"While Mission is identifying possible solution to the situation, please be aware of your surroundings, be safe, do not leave your homes unless necessary and carry your documents with you at all times," it said.

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First Published: Feb 24 2022 | 5:50 PM IST

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