Indians in Yemen asked to leave the country
Posted by Admin on May 28, 2011
New Delhi, May 27 (ANI): The Ministry of External Affairs has advised Indian nationals living in Yemen to exit the country through whatever commercial means available keeping in view the evolving situation and the increase in violent incidents.
The Indian nationals have also been advised not to venture out except under absolutely unavoidable circumstances till the time they are able to exit from Yemen.
“The Embassy of India and our Ambassador in Yemen will continue to function in Sanaa and can be contacted for any assistance by Indian nationals till such time they are able to exit the country,” the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) release said.
In the Yemeni capital, Sanaa, gun battles raged on Monday between government forces and fighters loyal to powerful tribal leader Sadiq al-Ahmar, who has sided with the growing opposition movement that has demanded an end to President Ali Abdullah Saleh‘s 32-year-long rule. (ANI)
- Indian Nationals Advised to Leave Yemen – Wall Street Journal (news.google.com)
- VIDEO: Britons urged to leave Yemen (bbc.co.uk)
- 28 killed in Yemen weapons depot blast (telegraph.co.uk)
- You: Yemen edges closer to civil war as tribal leader takes fight to Saleh (guardian.co.uk)
- Profile: Sheikh Sadiq al-Ahmar – Aljazeera.net (news.google.com)
- Thousands flee Yemen capital amid civil war fears (telegraph.co.uk)
- You: Blasts Kill 28 in Yemen amid widening clashes (nation.com.pk)
- Tribes warn embattled Yemeni leader of civil war (cbsnews.com)
- Yemen heads toward civil war as Saleh escalates fight with major tribal leader (csmonitor.com)
- Analysis: Yemen civil war likely without swift Saleh exit – Reuters (news.google.com)
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