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Russia-Ukraine Conflict | India sends humanitarian aid to war-torn Ukraine

India has sent the first tranche of humanitarian assistance to war-torn Ukraine through Poland on March 1. The consignment comprised medicines, medical equipment and other relief material.

March 02, 2022 / 04:57 PM IST
India has sent the first tranche of humanitarian assistance to war-torn Ukraine through Poland on March 1. The consignment comprised medicines, medical equipment and other relief material. (Image: Twitter @ANI)
India has sent the first tranche of humanitarian assistance to war-torn Ukraine through Poland on March 1. The consignment comprised medicines, medical equipment and other relief material. (Image: Twitter @ANI)
A special Indian Air Force aircraft carrying relief material from Hindon airbase near Delhi will reach Bucharest on March 2. Ukraine facing major humanitarian crisis after Russian troops launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine on February 24. (Image: Twitter @PIBMumbai)
A special Indian Air Force aircraft carrying relief material from Hindon airbase near Delhi will reach Bucharest on March 2. Ukraine is facing major humanitarian crisis after Russian troops launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine on February 24. (Image: Twitter @PIBMumbai)
One C-17 Globemaster aircraft of the Indian Air Force took off for Romania on March 2 carrying humanitarian aid to Ukraine under Operation Ganga to bring back Indians from Romania, who exited the conflict zone of Ukraine. Prime Minister Narendra Modi chaired a high-level meeting on March 1 to review the efforts aimed at bringing back stranded Indians in Ukraine. (Image: Twitter @ANI)
One C-17 Globemaster aircraft of the Indian Air Force took off for Romania on March 2 carrying humanitarian aid to Ukraine under Operation Ganga to bring back Indians from Romania, who exited the conflict zone of Ukraine. Prime Minister Narendra Modi chaired a high-level meeting on March 1 to review the efforts aimed at bringing back stranded Indians in Ukraine. (Image: Twitter @ANI)
According to Ministry of External Affairs' sources around two tonnes of humanitarian aid including tents, blankets, surgical gloves, protective eye gear, water storage tanks, sleeping mats, tarpaulin and medicines were being sent to Ukraine on March 1. (Image: Twitter @PIBMumbai)
According to Ministry of External Affairs' sources around two tonnes of humanitarian aid including tents, blankets, surgical gloves, protective eye gear, water storage tanks, sleeping mats, tarpaulin and medicines were being sent to Ukraine on March 1. (Image: Twitter @PIBMumbai)
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