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Bishkek Situation Normal: Indian Embassy Reports No Untoward Incidents in Recent Days

Air connectivity between Bishkek and Delhi is operational, and flights to India can also be booked via Almaty, Dubai, Istanbul, Sharjah, and Tashkent.

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Indian Embassy Reports No Untoward Incidents

Indian Embassy Reports No Untoward Incidents: After recent incidents of violence against international students in Bishkek, the Embassy of India in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan said that the situation has returned to normal and there are no restrictions on movement or transport. Indian students and their families were advised not to believe the rumors spreading by ‘mischievous elements’.

In view of the approaching end of the academic year, the Indian embassy has directed all Indian students studying in Bishkek to contact their respective universities about the formalities required to complete their exams before returning to India for summer vacation.

“In case any assistance is needed, the students are requested to contact the Embassy of India in Bishkek. The Embassy remains committed to ensuring the well-being of the Indian student community,” it said.

Air connectivity between Bishkek and Delhi is operational, and flights to India can also be booked via Almaty, Dubai, Istanbul, Sharjah, and Tashkent.

Local transport to Manas International Airport in Bishkek is also available for Indian students.

As a result of swift action taken by Kyrgyzstan authorities, the Indian embassy in the foreign city expressed concern about recent incidents of violence against students but assured that no such incident had occurred in the past few days. In a precautionary measure, it said, classes would be conducted online.

Kyrgyzstan hosts Indian students

In the Kyrgyz Republic, 17,000 Indian students are currently pursuing higher education. The embassy stated that “a large number of Indian students are currently studying at medical and other universities in the Kyrgyz Republic.” The embassy said that at the moment, about 17,000 Indian students live in the Kyrgyz Republic, mainly in Bishkek.

Further, the embassy informed that it has been working actively with universities and senior government officials to address the concerns of Indian students.

“Two helplines 0555710041 and 0555005538 have been functional 24×7 where students can continue to reach out to the Embassy for all kinds of assistance,” it continued.

Indian ambassador met with Indian students at Jalal-Abad State University on May 18 and the International Higher School of Medicine in Bishkek on May 22.

On May 21, 2024, Embassy representatives visited the International Medical University and the Eurasian Medical University, and on May 22, 2024, they visited the Royal Metropolitan University and the Avicenna University.

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