The Delhi airport issued a revised advisory to Indian citizens on Saturday in light of the ongoing Russia-Ukraine conflict.

Taking to Twitter, the Delhi airport posted a note saying, “Indian nationals not vaccinated and neither possessing Covid-19 negative report will be exempted from uploading documents on Air Suvidha before departure on humanitarian grounds and can enter the airport.”

Air India operates four flights to evacuate Indians trapped in Ukraine after Russia invaded.

Two flights will be dispatched to Hungary, one to the Romanian border and one to Hungary. Another flight has already been sent for the evacuation.

Russia has announced a military operation against Ukraine. This is causing panic among thousands of Indian students studying medicine in Ukraine. They are pleading with authorities for their safe return home.

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