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Indian Embassy On Kyrgyzstan Situation

The embassy advised students to keep in regular contact (File)

Bishkek:

As the situation in Bishkek remains normal, the Indian embassy in Kyrgyzstan announced on Sunday that a mob attack involving mainly Pakistani students and locals occurred in Kyrgyzstan’s capital Bishkek on the night of May 17. He announced that all students are safe.

“The situation in Bishkek is normal. All Indian students are safe. We ask you to continue to follow the guidelines set by the authorities of the Kyrgyz Republic,” the Indian Embassy wrote on Advised me to contact the line number. If there is any problem.

Earlier this week, the embassy had called on Indian students in Bishkek to remain indoors “for the time being” following an ugly turn of violence that left several people injured, including a Pakistani with a broken jaw.

Urging students to maintain regular contact with the embassy, ​​External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar (EAM) also said that he was “monitoring the welfare of Indian students” as the situation subsided. Stated.

Meanwhile, early on Sunday morning, as a special flight carrying the first batch of Pakistani nationals from Bishkek landed at Lahore airport, Kyrgyzstan’s Foreign Minister Zhenbek Kurbayev called his Pakistani counterpart Mohammad Ishaq Dar to discuss the situation in Kyrgyzstan. The situation was reported by Pakistani media.

According to a statement issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kyrgyzstan, “Mr. J. Kulbayev emphasized not only the importance of stopping false information and publications that could damage Kyrgyz-Pakistani relations in Pakistan’s information space, but also that verified He also emphasized the importance of using this information.

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