As per the latest, District wise update on Stranded people reported at SEOC- State Emergency Operations Centre, KSDMA Ukraine Evacuation: District Wise Count as of 12:00 PM on 26-2-2022, as many as 12 submissions have been received from Belagavi district and 347 from Karnataka.
Chief Minister has spoken to Hon’ble External Affairs Minister on the evacuation of stranded students hailing from Karnataka, who has assured fully cooperation and support in this regard. Further, Chief Minister Office, Chief Secretary and Nodal Officers are personally pursuing stranded cases with MEA and Embassy in Kyiv. The Embassy of India in Kyiv is open and fully operational and is making all efforts to reach out to the stranded people/students from India and working on a mission mode to make alternative arrangement for safe evacuation.
The State Government had activated State Emergency Operation Room with two
24/7 helpline numbers 080-1070 and 080-22253707 on 24th February. Further an
App/ portal has been developed in less than 12 hours to capture details of stranded
students hailing from Karnataka. The information captured are being shared with
Ministry of External Affairs on real-time basis.
The State Government on 24th February appointed Dr. Manoj Rajan, Commissioner
KSDMA, as Nodal Officer to Coordinate with Ministry of External Affairs and
Embassy of India, Kyiv for safe repatriation of Indian Citizens Stranded in
As on February 26th, 431 unique calls have been received in SEOC. The district
wise break-up of stranded students hailing from Karnataka is enclosed.
The Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India, has been issuing frequently
issuing advisories to Indian Citizens in Ukraine. The press notes and advisories
issued by Ministry of External Affairs and Embassy of India-Kyiv, Ukraine, are
being disseminated widely to general public.
Karnataka State Disaster Management Authority has created a web portal to
collect relevant information of stranded people in Ukraine who hail from
Karnataka. The URL is http://ukraine.karnataka.tech
The State Government after collating data on stranded students hailing from
Karnataka through helpline and number and web application, the details are
shared with MEA control room in New Delhi and Embassy of India-Kyiv on near
real time basis.
Stranded students advice 1. It is also advised to follow advisories issued time to time by Embassy of India (eoiukraine.gov.in) . Embassy is in constant touch with their Universities.
2. In case there is a critical emergency, contact the emergency lines provided by the Embassy of India, Kyiv. The contacts are as follows: 1. +38 0997300483 2. +38 0997300428
3. +38 0933980327 4. +38 0635917881 5. +38 0935046170 e-mails: [email protected], [email protected] Further, MEA officers in the countries bordering Ukraine are in strategic locations for safe evacuation from alternative routes.
Embassy of India, Kyiv (Ukraine) 380997300483 380997300428 380933980327 380635917881 380935046170 MEA Team Hungary (Zahony border) Mr. S Ramji 36305199944 Mr. Ankur 36308644597 Mr. Mohit Nagpal 36302286566 MEA Team Slovak Republic (Vysne Nemeche) Mr. Manoj Kumar 421908025212 Ms. Ivan Kazinka 421908458724 MEA Team Poland (Krakowlec) Mr. Pankaj Garg 48660460814 MEA Romania (Suceava) Mr. Gaushul Ansari 40731347728 Mr. Uddeshya Priyadarshi 40724382287 Ms. Andra Harlonov 40763528454 Mr. Marlus Sima 40722220823