40 Indian medical students stranded in Ukraine walked 8 km to reach Poland border

पोलैंड बॉर्डर तक पहुंचने के लिए 8 किमी पैदल चले यूक्रेन में फंसे 40 भारतीय मेडिकल स्‍टूडेंट पोलैंड की सीमा से करीब 70 किमी दूर, लीव (Lviv) के मेडिकल कॉलेज के स्‍टूडेंट यूक्रेन के पड़ोसी देश से निकाले जाने का इंतजार कर रहे हैं .  नई दिल्‍ली : Ukraine Crisis : यूक्रेन में फंसे 40 भारतीय स्‍टूडेंट पैदल चलकर यूक्रेन-पोलैंड बॉर्डर तक पहुंचने में सफल रहे हैं. न्‍यूज एजेंसी ANI की रिपोर्ट  के अनुसार, इन स्‍टूडेंट्स को कॉलेज बस ने बॉर्डर से करीब 8 किमी दूर छोड़ दिया था और बॉर्डर तक का सफर इन्‍हें पैदल करना पड़ा. पोलैंड की सीमा से करीब 70 किमी दूर, लीव (Lviv) के मेडिकल कॉलेज के स्‍टूडेंट यूक्रेन के पड़ोसी देश से निकाले जाने का इंतजार कर रहे हैं क्‍योंकि रूस के हमले बाद यूक्रेन के हवाईक्षेत्र (airspace) को बंद कर दिया गया है. पोलैंड-यूक्रेन बॉर्डर तक की यात्रा करने वाले भारतीय स्‍टूडेंट्स में से एक के ओर से शेयर किए गए वीडियो में इन्‍हें खाली सड़क के किनारे चलते हुए देखा जा सकता है.   गौरतलब है कि रूस के हमले की वजह से हजारों की संख्या में भारतीय विशेषकर स्टूडेंट्स यूक्रेन में फंस गए हैं. सरकार के सामने सबसे बड़ी चुनौती इस मुल्‍क में फंसे भारतीयों को सुरक्षित निकालने की है, जिसके लिए तमाम प्रयास किए जा रहे हैं. भारत ने यूक्रेन में फंसे अपने नागरिकों को निकालने के लिए हंगरी और पोलैंड की सीमाओं के जरिए सरकारी दलों को भेजा है. भारत के विदेश सचिव हर्षवर्धन श्रृंगला ने कहा, 'सुरक्षित मार्गों की पहचान कर ली गई है. सड़क मार्ग से, यदि आप कीव से जाते हैं, तो आप नौ घंटे में पोलैंड और लगभग 12 घंटे में रोमानिया पहुंच जाएंगे. सड़क का नक्शा तैयार कर लिया गया है.'  रूस की ओर से हमले का ऐलान करने और प्रमुख शहरों को निशाना बनाए जाने के बाद यूक्रेन ने अपना एयरस्‍पेस वाणिज्यिक उड़ान के लिए बंद कर दिया है. इस कारण यूक्रेन की राजधानी कीव के लिए रवाना हुई एयर इंडिया की फ्लाइट को भी कल वापस लौटना पड़ा था.प्रधानमंत्री नरेंद्र मोदी ने गुरुवार को रूस के राष्ट्रपति व्लदिमीर पुतिन से बातचीत में भारतीयों की सुरक्षा को मुद्दा उठाया था. उन्होंने कहा कि यूक्रेन में फंसे भारतीयों को सुरक्षित निकलाना भारत की सर्वोच्च प्राथमिकता है.   40 Indian medical students stranded in Ukraine walked 8 km to reach Poland border  Students at the Medical College in Liv, some 70 km from the border with Poland, wait to be evacuated from neighboring Ukraine.  new Delhi :Ukraine Crisis: 40 Indian students stranded in Ukraine have managed to reach the Ukraine-Poland border on foot. According to the report of news agency ANI, these students were dropped by the college bus about 8 km away from the border and they had to travel till the border on foot. Students at the Medical College in Lviv, some 70 km from the border with Poland, wait to be evacuated from neighboring Ukraine as Ukrainian airspace has been closed after Russian attacks. In a video shared by one of the Indian students traveling to the Poland-Ukraine border, they can be seen walking along an empty road.  Significantly, due to the Russian attack, thousands of Indians, especially students, have been trapped in Ukraine. The biggest challenge before the government is to rescue the stranded Indians in this country, for which all efforts are being made. India has sent government teams through the borders of Hungary and Poland to rescue its citizens trapped in Ukraine. India's Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla said, 'Safe routes have been identified. By road, if you go from Kiev, you will reach Poland in nine hours and Romania in about 12 hours. The road map has been prepared.  Ukraine has closed its airspace for commercial flights after Russia declared an attack and targeted major cities. Due to this, the Air India flight, which left for Ukraine's capital Kiev, had to return yesterday. Prime Minister Narendra Modi had raised the issue of security of Indians in talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday. He said that India's top priority is to rescue Indians trapped in Ukraine.

40 Indian medical students stranded in Ukraine walked 8 km to reach Poland border


Students at the Medical College in Liv, some 70 km from the border with Poland, wait to be evacuated from neighboring Ukraine.

new Delhi :Ukraine Crisis: 40 Indian students stranded in Ukraine have managed to reach the Ukraine-Poland border on foot. According to the report of news agency ANI, these students were dropped by the college bus about 8 km away from the border and they had to travel till the border on foot. Students at the Medical College in Lviv, some 70 km from the border with Poland, wait to be evacuated from neighboring Ukraine as Ukrainian airspace has been closed after Russian attacks. In a video shared by one of the Indian students traveling to the Poland-Ukraine border, they can be seen walking along an empty road.

Significantly, due to the Russian attack, thousands of Indians, especially students, have been trapped in Ukraine. The biggest challenge before the government is to rescue the stranded Indians in this country, for which all efforts are being made. India has sent government teams through the borders of Hungary and Poland to rescue its citizens trapped in Ukraine. India's Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla said, 'Safe routes have been identified. By road, if you go from Kiev, you will reach Poland in nine hours and Romania in about 12 hours. The road map has been prepared.

Ukraine has closed its airspace for commercial flights after Russia declared an attack and targeted major cities. Due to this, the Air India flight, which left for Ukraine's capital Kiev, had to return yesterday. Prime Minister Narendra Modi had raised the issue of security of Indians in talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday. He said that India's top priority is to rescue Indians trapped in Ukraine.

What motives did the heads of state of China and Russia reveal in the phone call?  Chinese leader Xi Jinping reiterated China's stance in a phone call with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday after Russian troops made a full-scale march into Ukraine. So what did he say? What is China's calculus in this crisis?  Xi Jinping had a phone call with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday afternoon, according to Chinese state-run Xinhua News Agency . Putin said that the United States and NATO have ignored Russia's security concerns for a long time and continued to push military deployment eastward, challenging Russia's strategic bottom line. Xi Jinping pointed out that it is necessary to abandon the Cold War mentality, attach importance to and respect the reasonable security concerns of all countries, and China supports Russia and Uzbekistan to solve the problem through negotiation.  The European Union is preparing to freeze the assets of Putin and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov , but will not slap the assets of Putin and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov , the Financial Times, citing people familiar with the matter, said on Friday, after several Western countries announced economic sanctions against Russia. They enforce a travel ban.  Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin reiterated at a regular press conference on Friday that China opposes "any illegal unilateral sanctions." "The facts show that sanctions have never been a fundamental and effective way to solve the problem. They will only bring serious difficulties to the economy and people's livelihood of the relevant countries and regions, and ultimately harm others and themselves."  Since Putin announced a "special military operation" against Ukraine in the early hours of Thursday, the local security situation has further deteriorated. As of Friday afternoon, Russian forces had entered the Ukrainian capital, Kiev, and launched an air and ground attack on the city. Putin called on Ukrainian soldiers to lay down their weapons and described Kiev authorities as "a bunch of junkies and neo-Nazis". The Biden administration warned the U.S. Congress on Thursday that Kiev could soon fall.  More than 130 Ukrainian soldiers and civilians have been killed in the clashes, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said at midnight on Friday. At the same time, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on the same day that Putin was ready to send a delegation to the Belarusian capital Minsk to hold talks with the Ukrainian delegation.  China continues to evade At Friday's press conference, Wang Wenbin still refused to call Russia's actions "aggression", but said "the sovereignty and territorial integrity of all countries should be respected and maintained" and reiterated that Ukraine is a sovereign state.  When asked if China will veto the UN Security Council resolution condemning Russia's actions, what message does China want to convey to the Ukrainian government, and whether China recognizes the "Donetsk People's Republic" and "Luhansk People's Republic" in eastern Ukraine Wang Wenbin did not respond positively to issues such as these two separatist areas , but once again called on all parties to exercise restraint and avoid further escalation of the situation.  Robert Blohm , an American economist and China expert , believes that without China's backing, Russia would simply not be able to withstand the economic sanctions it might suffer from aggression against other countries.  "Putin has put all his bets on China. Without China's economic aid to Russia and the close relationship between China and Russia, Putin would not dare to take such action."  China's General Administration of Customs issued an announcement on Wednesday to allow wheat imports from all over Russia, allegedly helping Russia to tide over its economic difficulties. When asked about this and whether China would buy more Russian oil, Wang Wenbin evaded again, saying that China and Russia "carry out normal trade cooperation in the spirit of mutual respect, equality and mutual benefit."  Is the incident likely to cause a split at the top of the CCP? Bu Ruobo pointed out that if China continues to deal with Russia in the new sanctions environment, it is likely to be subject to secondary sanctions by Western countries, which will obviously worry some senior Chinese leaders. He predicted that the crisis could create an unprecedented division within the party.  The Wall Street Journal reported last week, citing people familiar with the matter, that seven members of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee held a meeting in Zhongnanhai recently to have heated discussions on the conflict between Russia and Ukraine. One of their points of contention is how Beijing can support Moscow in the face of this crisis without hurting its own interests, and that was before Russia invaded Ukraine.  It is worth noting that Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi recently had separate phone calls with Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov and US Secretary of State Blinken, but since the sharp deterioration of the Russian-Ukrainian crisis, Chinese officials have not spoken to Ukrainian leaders. Xi Jinping exchanged congratulatory messages with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in early January to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries.  Ye Yaoyuan, chair of the Department of International Studies and Contemporary Linguistics at the University of St. Thomas, said Chinese leaders learned from the conflict that they had better keep a low profile in the face of complex geopolitical issues.  "China really can't say much about this war, otherwise it looks like the 'big bad guy' in the world. In a war, if a country supports another country that oppresses the sovereignty of other countries, then he will It's hard to justify what you say and do."  On the issue, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said on Friday that China will continue to use its "own way" to persuade peace and promote talks. What he was referring to, there must be a lot of room for interpretation.  Radio Free Asia reporter Jia proud Washington reports

What motives did the heads of state of China and Russia reveal in the phone call?


Chinese leader Xi Jinping reiterated China's stance in a phone call with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday after Russian troops made a full-scale march into Ukraine. So what did he say? What is China's calculus in this crisis?

Xi Jinping had a phone call with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday afternoon, according to Chinese state-run Xinhua News Agency . Putin said that the United States and NATO have ignored Russia's security concerns for a long time and continued to push military deployment eastward, challenging Russia's strategic bottom line. Xi Jinping pointed out that it is necessary to abandon the Cold War mentality, attach importance to and respect the reasonable security concerns of all countries, and China supports Russia and Uzbekistan to solve the problem through negotiation.

The European Union is preparing to freeze the assets of Putin and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov , but will not slap the assets of Putin and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov , the Financial Times, citing people familiar with the matter, said on Friday, after several Western countries announced economic sanctions against Russia. They enforce a travel ban.

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin reiterated at a regular press conference on Friday that China opposes "any illegal unilateral sanctions." "The facts show that sanctions have never been a fundamental and effective way to solve the problem. They will only bring serious difficulties to the economy and people's livelihood of the relevant countries and regions, and ultimately harm others and themselves."

Since Putin announced a "special military operation" against Ukraine in the early hours of Thursday, the local security situation has further deteriorated. As of Friday afternoon, Russian forces had entered the Ukrainian capital, Kiev, and launched an air and ground attack on the city. Putin called on Ukrainian soldiers to lay down their weapons and described Kiev authorities as "a bunch of junkies and neo-Nazis". The Biden administration warned the U.S. Congress on Thursday that Kiev could soon fall.

More than 130 Ukrainian soldiers and civilians have been killed in the clashes, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said at midnight on Friday. At the same time, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on the same day that Putin was ready to send a delegation to the Belarusian capital Minsk to hold talks with the Ukrainian delegation.

China continues to evade
At Friday's press conference, Wang Wenbin still refused to call Russia's actions "aggression", but said "the sovereignty and territorial integrity of all countries should be respected and maintained" and reiterated that Ukraine is a sovereign state.

When asked if China will veto the UN Security Council resolution condemning Russia's actions, what message does China want to convey to the Ukrainian government, and whether China recognizes the "Donetsk People's Republic" and "Luhansk People's Republic" in eastern Ukraine Wang Wenbin did not respond positively to issues such as these two separatist areas , but once again called on all parties to exercise restraint and avoid further escalation of the situation.

Robert Blohm , an American economist and China expert , believes that without China's backing, Russia would simply not be able to withstand the economic sanctions it might suffer from aggression against other countries.

"Putin has put all his bets on China. Without China's economic aid to Russia and the close relationship between China and Russia, Putin would not dare to take such action."

China's General Administration of Customs issued an announcement on Wednesday to allow wheat imports from all over Russia, allegedly helping Russia to tide over its economic difficulties. When asked about this and whether China would buy more Russian oil, Wang Wenbin evaded again, saying that China and Russia "carry out normal trade cooperation in the spirit of mutual respect, equality and mutual benefit."

Is the incident likely to cause a split at the top of the CCP?
Bu Ruobo pointed out that if China continues to deal with Russia in the new sanctions environment, it is likely to be subject to secondary sanctions by Western countries, which will obviously worry some senior Chinese leaders. He predicted that the crisis could create an unprecedented division within the party.

The Wall Street Journal reported last week, citing people familiar with the matter, that seven members of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee held a meeting in Zhongnanhai recently to have heated discussions on the conflict between Russia and Ukraine. One of their points of contention is how Beijing can support Moscow in the face of this crisis without hurting its own interests, and that was before Russia invaded Ukraine.

It is worth noting that Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi recently had separate phone calls with Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov and US Secretary of State Blinken, but since the sharp deterioration of the Russian-Ukrainian crisis, Chinese officials have not spoken to Ukrainian leaders. Xi Jinping exchanged congratulatory messages with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in early January to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries.

Ye Yaoyuan, chair of the Department of International Studies and Contemporary Linguistics at the University of St. Thomas, said Chinese leaders learned from the conflict that they had better keep a low profile in the face of complex geopolitical issues.

"China really can't say much about this war, otherwise it looks like the 'big bad guy' in the world. In a war, if a country supports another country that oppresses the sovereignty of other countries, then he will It's hard to justify what you say and do."

On the issue, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said on Friday that China will continue to use its "own way" to persuade peace and promote talks. What he was referring to, there must be a lot of room for interpretation.

Radio Free Asia reporter Jia proud Washington reports

The World Pole Struggle and the Future of Uyghur Medicine  The news of the deteriorating US-China relations has been widely reported in various media outlets, with the Russian military launching a war against Ukraine through a massive military offensive that has shaken some of the already established views on the world order. Although US-China relations are considered to be heading towards the Cold War era, the current challenges facing the United States and its allies are surprisingly clear to many in the post-World War II era. Most importantly, the Chinese government has refused to recognize the "Russian military invasion of Ukraine", which has caused a great deal of international controversy, and has indirectly declared its alliance with Russia.  With the U.S. government cracking down on some Chinese officials over the massacre in Uyghur territory, sanctions against Russia have become another factor in the "crisis" between the two countries in the Ukraine crisis. This makes it very clear that the United States and its allies fought alone in the former Soviet Union during the Cold War, and that Russia and China are now trying to unite Russia and China in the Cold War.  With the U.S. government cracking down on some Chinese officials over the massacre in Uyghur territory, sanctions against Russia have become another factor in the "crisis" between the two countries in the Ukraine crisis. This makes it very clear that the United States and its allies fought alone in the former Soviet Union during the Cold War, and that Russia and China are now trying to unite Russia and China in the Cold War. With the U.S. government cracking down on some Chinese officials over the massacre in Uyghur territory, sanctions against Russia have become another factor in the "crisis" between the two countries in the Ukraine crisis. This makes it very clear that the United States and its allies fought alone in the former Soviet Union during the Cold War, and that Russia and China are now trying to unite Russia and China in the Cold War.  Speaking ahead of the invasion of Ukraine, Russian President Vladimir Putin said: "We want to show that Russia has the military power to do what it wants to do in the face of Western opposition and sanctions." The Wall Street Journal's February 24 commentary said that the Russian government's withdrawal of troops from the Sino-Russian border in 2021 was seen as an expression of Russia's friendship with China. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.  Although the two sides have not yet established a clear military alliance, Russia's and China's efforts to work together to re-establish the world order have largely stabilized the U.S. government and its allies in the Western world. The most worrying thing is that the United States will face the same reality as its enmity with China and Russia at the same time, and that these rivals will be on the continents where the main economic and political interests of the U.S. government exist.  Andrew Scobel, a researcher at the Institute for Peace in Washington, D.C. In his view, China and Russia have never been friends or rivals, and this is likely to continue to be the case.  "Historically, since the days of the Russian Empire and the Chinese (Qing) Empire, the two countries have never been in a relationship," he said. Sometimes there were times when they agreed, of course. But their most prominent collaboration came after they formed a communist-led state. They have also been in agreement for some time. But the strife between them soon shattered that unity. So their history in this regard can be said to be a crossroads of cooperation and conflict. "In terms of the party, the Soviet Communist Party was the strongest party at the time, but now China is becoming a stronger partner for Russia."  However, Ilshat Hassan, an independent political analyst in the United States and vice chairman of the Executive Committee of the World Uyghur Congress, believes that the high-level cooperation between China and Russia on the Ukraine issue and related issues could have a positive and negative impact on the Uyghur cause.  Andrei Skobel believes that the current war situation in Ukraine is likely to bring Russia and China closer together. But when the pressure from the United States eases on them, that intimacy is likely to end soon. He says:  "From the point of view of secular power, ideology and economic factors, both of them think that we are facing threats from the United States. Looking back over the past two decades, the competition for global supremacy with the United States has been one of the most important factors in bringing Russia and China together. Now the issue of invasion of Ukraine is likely to escalate, further strengthening cooperation between Russia and China. On the other hand, this situation could make Russia more "in need" of China. But it is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. Because they were both friends just because they were accustomed to dictatorship and repression of the people.  According to Ilshat Hassan, there is something that the Uyghurs in the diaspora can do and need to do when the international attention is focused on those issues due to the war situation in Ukraine and the Uyghurs are in danger of being left out. One of the reasons is that the Chinese government is doing its best to remind the world that it is a common disaster not only for the Uyghurs, but also for the whole world.  The current crisis in the Ukraine war is believed to be a real test of cooperation and partnership between Russia and China, and many issues are being brought to the attention of the international community.

The World Pole Struggle and the Future of Uyghur Medicine


The news of the deteriorating US-China relations has been widely reported in various media outlets, with the Russian military launching a war against Ukraine through a massive military offensive that has shaken some of the already established views on the world order. Although US-China relations are considered to be heading towards the Cold War era, the current challenges facing the United States and its allies are surprisingly clear to many in the post-World War II era. Most importantly, the Chinese government has refused to recognize the "Russian military invasion of Ukraine", which has caused a great deal of international controversy, and has indirectly declared its alliance with Russia.

With the U.S. government cracking down on some Chinese officials over the massacre in Uyghur territory, sanctions against Russia have become another factor in the "crisis" between the two countries in the Ukraine crisis. This makes it very clear that the United States and its allies fought alone in the former Soviet Union during the Cold War, and that Russia and China are now trying to unite Russia and China in the Cold War.

With the U.S. government cracking down on some Chinese officials over the massacre in Uyghur territory, sanctions against Russia have become another factor in the "crisis" between the two countries in the Ukraine crisis. This makes it very clear that the United States and its allies fought alone in the former Soviet Union during the Cold War, and that Russia and China are now trying to unite Russia and China in the Cold War. With the U.S. government cracking down on some Chinese officials over the massacre in Uyghur territory, sanctions against Russia have become another factor in the "crisis" between the two countries in the Ukraine crisis. This makes it very clear that the United States and its allies fought alone in the former Soviet Union during the Cold War, and that Russia and China are now trying to unite Russia and China in the Cold War.

Speaking ahead of the invasion of Ukraine, Russian President Vladimir Putin said: "We want to show that Russia has the military power to do what it wants to do in the face of Western opposition and sanctions." The Wall Street Journal's February 24 commentary said that the Russian government's withdrawal of troops from the Sino-Russian border in 2021 was seen as an expression of Russia's friendship with China. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.

Although the two sides have not yet established a clear military alliance, Russia's and China's efforts to work together to re-establish the world order have largely stabilized the U.S. government and its allies in the Western world. The most worrying thing is that the United States will face the same reality as its enmity with China and Russia at the same time, and that these rivals will be on the continents where the main economic and political interests of the U.S. government exist.

Andrew Scobel, a researcher at the Institute for Peace in Washington, D.C. In his view, China and Russia have never been friends or rivals, and this is likely to continue to be the case.

"Historically, since the days of the Russian Empire and the Chinese (Qing) Empire, the two countries have never been in a relationship," he said. Sometimes there were times when they agreed, of course. But their most prominent collaboration came after they formed a communist-led state. They have also been in agreement for some time. But the strife between them soon shattered that unity. So their history in this regard can be said to be a crossroads of cooperation and conflict. "In terms of the party, the Soviet Communist Party was the strongest party at the time, but now China is becoming a stronger partner for Russia."

However, Ilshat Hassan, an independent political analyst in the United States and vice chairman of the Executive Committee of the World Uyghur Congress, believes that the high-level cooperation between China and Russia on the Ukraine issue and related issues could have a positive and negative impact on the Uyghur cause.

Andrei Skobel believes that the current war situation in Ukraine is likely to bring Russia and China closer together. But when the pressure from the United States eases on them, that intimacy is likely to end soon. He says:

"From the point of view of secular power, ideology and economic factors, both of them think that we are facing threats from the United States. Looking back over the past two decades, the competition for global supremacy with the United States has been one of the most important factors in bringing Russia and China together. Now the issue of invasion of Ukraine is likely to escalate, further strengthening cooperation between Russia and China. On the other hand, this situation could make Russia more "in need" of China. But it is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. Because they were both friends just because they were accustomed to dictatorship and repression of the people.

According to Ilshat Hassan, there is something that the Uyghurs in the diaspora can do and need to do when the international attention is focused on those issues due to the war situation in Ukraine and the Uyghurs are in danger of being left out. One of the reasons is that the Chinese government is doing its best to remind the world that it is a common disaster not only for the Uyghurs, but also for the whole world.

The current crisis in the Ukraine war is believed to be a real test of cooperation and partnership between Russia and China, and many issues are being brought to the attention of the international community.
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