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26 May, 2020 18:16

India evacuates its citizens from Kazakhstan

From today a special Air India flight took off from Karaganda Airport for Delhi and Jaipur evacuating 143 Indians, Strategy2050.kz has learnt from the Indian Embassy in Kazakhstan.

India evacuates its citizens from Kazakhstan | Strategy2050.kz
“There will be seven special flights in total from Karaganda, Almaty and Nur-Sultan evacuating around 1000 Indians under Vande Bharat Mission. The Embassy has registered around 3400 Indians for evacuation from Kazakhstan. The rest of the registered Indians will be evacuated in the next phase of the Mission. Embassy has also requested permission for charted flights from Atyrau and Nur-Sultan for evacuation of Indian workers”, Ambassador of India to Kazakhstan Mr. Prabhat Kumar said.

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He thanked the Ministry of External Affairs of India, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan, Airport Authorities of Karaganda, Almaty, Atyrau and Nur-Sultan for supporting the evacuation.

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“We are all Indian medical students from Karaganda Medical University and we are happy to go back to our country under Vande Bharat Mission. This evacuation has been possible because of the efforts of Indian Government, Ministry of External Affairs of India, Home Ministry of India, Health Ministry of India and the State Government. We specially thank Hon'ble Prime Minister of India Mr. Narendra Modi for organising Vande Bharat Mission. We also thank teachers and staff of Karaganda Medical University for making our stay safe and comfortable during the lock down period in Kazakhstan”, one of the Indian medical student being evacuated today said.
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