More than half of Keralites stranded in Ukraine reached home, says CM

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CM Pinarayi Vijayan. Photo: ANI/File

Thiruvananthapuram: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said that more than half of the Keralites stranded in Ukraine has reached home safely. It is more than 2000 in number. The Indian Embassy in Hungary and Ukraine has announced that Operation Ganga rescue mission to send back Indians from Ukraine is approaching completion. The embassy has also directed that if anyone still has to register to take part in the rescue mission, it should be completed immediately.

Norka Roots has collected information on Keralites still stranded in Ukraine. This information was forwarded to the Union Ministry of External Affairs. He said that 2082 Malayalees from Ukraine who came to Delhi and Mumbai were brought to Kerala under the leadership of the state government.

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