273 people left India, who flew from New Delhi to Moscow and St. Petersburg on an Aeroflot flight. This was announced by the head of the consular department of the Russian Embassy in India Andrei Fedorov, reports TASS.
“Among the passengers are four young children without a seat. Also among those departing there is a citizen of Belarus, a citizen of Moldova and a citizen of India – the husband of a Russian woman, ”he said.
According to him, before that, passengers reported about themselves by filling out a form on the public services portal. Fedorov said that the embassy provided the Russians with support, including financial support, for a month. He noted that 130 people were accommodated in the hotel, where they lived and ate for free, and provided medical assistance to the needy.
Regions received treatment of Russians stuck in India
The embassy said that since March 2284 people have flown from India, another 3609 Russians who want to return home while they remain in the country. 1,067 people were transported from New Delhi, 1,217 Russians from Goa.
In late April, the authorities of the Krasnoyarsk and Altai territories, as well as the Novosibirsk region received appeals from the Russians who remained in India. Citizens also appealed to the Foreign Ministry and to the heads of regions with a request to take them out of this country. Tourists noted that the inhabitants of Moscow and the Moscow Region are mainly evacuated from India. According to the rules, residents of one region cannot get on an airplane that goes to another entity.
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