'Must leave': Indian Embassy asks nationals to exit Kharkiv within hours

India has asked all its nationals in the besieged eastern Ukrainian city of Kharkiv to leave immediately for their safety and security, a day after an Indian student was killed in a Russian attack. The Indian nationals in Kharkiv were asked to travel to other nearby Ukrainian cities such as Pesochin or to Bezlyudovka in Belgorod in Russia, according to an “urgent advisory” issued by the Indian embassy on Twitter. The advisory was issued amid reports of more explosions in Ukraine’s second largest city during a massive assault by Russian forces. Watch this video for more

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