November 30, 2023
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Indian Students Who Left Ukraine Get Offer From Russia To Continue Study

Russia announced on Thursday that Indian students who left Ukraine can continue their education there because the medical curricula are the same in both nations, making this the first time since the conflict in Ukraine began in February.
“Due to the nearly identical medical curriculum in Russia, Indian students who left the Ukraine can continue their education there (as Ukraine). Since the majority of people in Ukraine speak Russian, they are familiar with the local tongue. In Russia, they are extremely welcome “Oleg Avdeev, the general consul of Russia in Chennai, said.

When Russia invaded Ukraine at the end of February 2022, thousands of Indian medical students were left trapped with their futures hanging in the balance. A number of them were evacuated from Ukraine to India.

Responding to a question on Russian oil exports, the Russian diplomat said that since the beginning of this year, the exports of Russian oil have increased from 2 to 22 pc, which is a very dramatic increase.

“Since the beginning of this year, the exports in Russian oil have increased from 2 to 22 pc. It is a very dramatic increase and now Russia has displaced Iraq and Saudi Arabia as leading producers of oil,” Oleg Avdeev said.

He also appreciated Jaishankar’s remarks on Russian oil imports which stated that “Indian government is a responsible govt and it has to look after the interests of Indian consumers.”

The close ties between India and Russia were reaffirmed by EAM Jaishankar on Tuesday, who also stated that New Delhi would like to maintain these ties because they have benefited India.

The general consul of Russia also emphasised the growing trend of students attending universities in Russia.

Russian military operations in Ukraine have been denounced and sanctioned by a number of nations, including the US, UK, Canada, and the European Union. Additionally, these nations have pledged to support Ukraine militarily in its conflict with Russia.

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