Prime Minister Narendra Modi to address a third high-level meeting on the Ukraine crisis on Monday evening. In an earlier meeting, it was decided to send four Union ministers to the war-torn country’s neighbouring countries to facilitate collaboration to evacuate Indian students stranded there.
Modi also presided over a meeting on Sunday evening, declaring that the safety and emergency procedures of Indians from Ukraine, which has been savaged by Russia, is a primary concern for his government.
Union ministers Hardeep Puri, Jyotiraditya Scindia, Kiren Rijiju, and V K Singh will travel as India’s “special envoys,” according to government sources.
Scindia will oversee the evacuation of people from Romania and Moldova, while Rijiju will travel to Slovakia. Puri will travel to Hungary, while Singh will be in Poland, to oversee the evacuation of Indians who have crossed into Ukraine via land borders.