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MEA assures CM Bommai of full support in evacuating people in Ukarine

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Bengaluru: Minister of External Affairs S. Jaishankar has assured Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Saturday February 26 of the government’s complete cooperation and support in evacuating people from Karnataka who are stranded in Ukraine.

CM Bommai called Jaishankar and spoke about the stranded people from the State, most of whom are students, informed the Karnataka State Disaster Management Authority (KSDMA), led by Commissioner Dr. Manoj Rajan.

The KSDMA has informed that 347 people from the State have been stranded in Ukraine. It further stated that the Chief Minister’s Office, Chief Secretary P. Ravi Kumar, and nodal officers were following stranded cases with the MEA and the Indian Embassy in Kyiv directly.

“The State Government had activated the 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,” stated KSDMA.

In addition, a web portal has been created to collect information of stranded people in Ukraine who are from Karnataka.

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