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Ukraine-Russia War: Indian Embassy in Ukraine’s capital Kyiv will reopen, was closed due to Russian attack

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Indian Embassy Starts In Kyiv: In the midst of the Russia-Ukraine War, India has decided to reopen its embassy in Kyiv from May 17. On 13 March, India temporarily moved its embassy to Warsaw (Poland) during the Russian attacks. The Ministry of External Affairs informed that from May 17, India will once again start operating its embassy in Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine.

The decision to restart the embassy’s operations in Kyiv comes amid the decision by several Western countries to reopen their missions in the Ukrainian capital. In view of the rapidly deteriorating situation in the war-torn country following Russia’s military campaign against Ukraine, India decided to move the embassy from Kyiv to Poland.

Russian troops carried out the most attacks in Mariupol
Let us tell you that Russian soldiers were continuously shelling in the outskirts of the capital Kyiv. Mariupol was the most affected by the Russian invasion of that area at that time. The life of the people in the city of 430,000 population had become difficult. Due to the firing of Russian soldiers throughout the area, the local people were deprived of even basic facilities. More than 1,500 people were killed in Mariupol’s attack by Russian troops, and efforts to bury bodies in mass graves were also hampered by the shelling.

Zelensky accused Russia of breaking the country
Meanwhile, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky accused Russia of breaking up his country and starting a “new phase of terror” and detaining the mayor of a town west of Mariupol. The video was released by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. During the address in this video, he said, “They are bombing Mariupol 24 hours a day, firing missiles. This is hate. They are killing children.”

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