The Embassy of India in Ukraine will resume operations in Kieu on May 17, after temporarily working from Poland during the war between Russia and Ukraine.
“The Indian Embassy in Ukraine, which was temporarily active in Warsaw (Poland), will resume operations in Kyiv on May 17, 2022,” the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MEA) said in a statement.
The embassy was temporarily relocated to Warsaw on March 13 due to the deterioration of security after the conflict in Ukraine.
The MEA said it would reassess the situation in the light of further progress, communicating the decision to temporarily relocate the embassy to Poland.
“We have decided to temporarily relocate the Ukrainian Embassy in India to Poland in light of the rapid deterioration of security in Ukraine, including the attacks in western Ukraine,” the MEA said at the time.
Russia launched a military operation in Ukraine on February 24, resulting in a massive humanitarian situation. Under the Ganges operation, India promoted the safe return of 22,500 Indian citizens, most of whom are studying at various universities in Ukraine.
India reiterated its diplomatic position in the Ukrainian conflict on Thursday, stating that humanitarian measures should not be politicized at a time when the situation is having a serious impact on children’s education.
At the UNSC briefing on Ukraine, India’s Deputy Permanent Representative R Rabindra also said that food security challenges arising from the conflict in Ukraine require India to go beyond existing constraints.
“India has supported peace, dialogue and diplomacy since the beginning of the Ukrainian conflict. We believe that we cannot find a solution at the expense of bleeding and innocent lives, especially the lives of women and children. “He said.
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