Pakistan Embassy Provides Shelter to Indian Students Stuck in Ukraine

Share

The Pakistan embassy in Ukraine has provided shelters to the Indian students who have been stranded in the war-ravaged country according to a viral video surfacing on internet.

Pakistan Embassy Provides Shelter to Indian Students Stuck in Ukraine
Pakistan Embassy Provides Shelter to Indian Students Stuck in Ukraine

The Pakistan embassy in Ukraine has provided shelters to the Indian students who have been stranded in the war-ravaged country Ukraine according to a viral video surfacing on internet.

The Pakistani Embassy is presently evacuating Pakistani students who have been stuck in Ukraine.

A heart-warming video is going viral in the middle of the crisis and turmoil in Ukraine that has engulfed the whole Eastern European country.

Pakistani embassy assists Indian nationals amid war

In the video, a group of Indian students purportedly, can be seen entering the Pakistani Embassy. As students travelled from Kharkiv to Lviv, escaping the city, the Indian students were welcomed by the Pakistani Embassy in Ukraine. The act proved once again that humanity wins over prejudice and hate.

Himanshu Narayan from Bihar shared the video and wrote, “Great gesture from Pakistan embassy They are helping Indian Students to reach Romania border and also providing food.”

He further added, “Every bird flocks together in crisis. In times of such humanitarian crisis, there is no Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi or Nepalis. Every effort is to save lives and get out of their unharmed and every step to ensure that must be appreciated.


read more: ‘Your Programme is Against the Interests of Your Own Country’: TV Panelist to Arnab Goswami


“Indian embassy officials are missing at the Romanian border. Pakistan Embassy helping Indian students to escape war in the Ukraine!” wrote Ashok Swain, Professor of Peace and Conflict Research.

“Pakistan embassy provides shelter to Indian student stranded in Ukraine provides food and shelter”, claimed another tweeter user.

As fighting flared up in Ukraine, particularly in its second-largest city of Kharkiv, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Russian President Vladimir Putin talked to assess the situation in the war-torn country, which India has asked its citizens to leave “immediately,” according to an official statement issued on Wednesday night.

The two leaders talked on securely evacuating Indian people from danger zones.

PM Modi in a statement said, “Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke on phone today with Vladimir Putin, President of the Russian Federation. The leaders reviewed the situation in Ukraine, especially in the city of Kharkiv where many Indian students are stuck.”


About Author

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

15 Highest Rated Indian Movies on IMDb 10 Best Foods For Brains Best Netflix Movies Ever PM Modi’s Diwali Location Since 2014 10 Unknown Facts About Diwali