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Indian nationals advised to leave Yemen because of 'fragile security situation'

All All Indian nationals have been advised again to leave Yemen by commercial flights as security situation is fragile there.



Delhi: All All Indian nationals have been advised again to leave Yemen by commercial flights as security situation is fragile there.

The Indian Embassy in Yemen issued the following advisory to the people belonging to India:

In continuation of the advisory of the Government of India on 21 January 2015 and 19 March 2015, advising all Indian nationals to avoid travelling to Yemen and to leave Yemen who are in Yemen on voluntary basis, this is to reiterate that the security situation in the country continues to be fragile, with the high possibility of conflicts and disturbances.

The Indian nationals in Yemen are again advised that they may consider leaving the country till it is possible to do so by the earliest available commercial flights. They should avoid conflict areas and to remain in contact with the Indian Embassy in Sana’a for necessary advice and updated information on the evolving political situation.

The Indian nationals are also advised to avoid all travel to Yemen, until further notification.

If case any Indian national is in need of any travel document or need any other assistance from the Embassy of India, Sana’a, for departure from Yemen, he/she may contact the Embassy at the following helpline numbers:

Telephone Numbers:

00-967-734 000 658 (Mr Dilbag Singh)

00-967-734 000 657 (Mr Ram Charan)

E-mail - hoc@eoisanaa.org

Website - www.eoisanaa.org

Indian Embassy:

00-967-1-433631 / 00-967-1-433632

Fax - 00-967-1-433630

The Union Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj also tweeted about it:

 

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