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Russia Ukraine War: Russian diplomat said – there will be no loss of studies of Indian students returned from Ukraine, Russian universities will give admission

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Thiruvananthapuram: Russian universities will offer admission to Indian students who have dropped out due to the Russo-Ykraine war and these students will not face the loss of their studies during the previous academic session. . Roman Babushkin, deputy chief of mission at the Russian Embassy in New Delhi, said this on Sunday.

Babushkin said the students would be admitted to Russian universities, where they could continue their respective courses. He said that these students will not have to face the loss of studies done in the previous years. He made this statement on questions from journalists about the future of more than 20,000 Indian students who fled Ukraine after Russia’s attack on Ukraine in February this year.

Ratheesh C. Nair, Honorary Ambassador of the Russian Federation and Director of the Russian House in Thiruvananthapuram, said that in cases where students have scholarships, it is possible that it will be accepted in Russian universities. However, he indicated that the fees being paid in Ukraine may not be sufficient to study in Russia.

Students can contact the Russian House
Nair said that students in Kerala can approach the Russian Sadan here with their mark sheets and other academic records. From here the student records will be sent to Russian universities, which will contact the students and their parents.

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On the conflict in Ukraine, Babushkin alleged that the regime there was protecting the Neo-Nazis. He also said that the war was the result of Russia crossing the ‘Lakshman Rekha’, which was crossed by the West.

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