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Israel-Iran tensions: Emergency helpline number, safety advisory issued for Indians

The Indian embassy in Israel on Sunday issued emergency helpline numbers and safety advisory to Indian citizens in Israel, and urged them to stay calm and adhere to the safety protocols issued by the local authorities.

Written by  Shgun S -- April 14th 2024 01:38 PM
Israel-Iran tensions: Emergency helpline number, safety advisory issued for Indians

Israel-Iran tensions: Emergency helpline number, safety advisory issued for Indians

Israel-Iran tensions: The Indian embassy in Israel on Sunday issued emergency helpline numbers and safety advisory to Indian citizens in Israel, and urged them to stay calm and adhere to the safety protocols issued by the local authorities.

The embassy added that they are closely monitoring the situation and are in contact with Israeli authorities.


"In light of recent events in the region, all Indian nationals in Israel are advised to stay calm and adhere to the safety protocols issued by the local authorities (https://www.oref.org.il/en)," the Indian embassy in Israel stated.

Furthermore, the Indian Embassy is also in touch with members of the Indian community to ensure the safety of its citizens.

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"The Embassy is closely monitoring the situation and is in touch with the Israeli authorities and Indian community members to ensure the safety of all our nationals," the statement said.

The embassy also provided an emergency helpline number for Indian citizens in Israel.

"For any urgent assistance, please contact the Embassy at: 24*7 Emergency Helpline/Contact

Tel: 1. 972-547520711, 972-543278392. Email: cons1.telaviv@mea.gov.in."

Iran launched more than 200 projectiles at Israel on Saturday in retaliation for an attack on its Syrian consulate.

Amid ongoing tensions between Iran and Israel, the Ministry of External Affairs issued a travel advisory to Indian citizens on Friday, advising them not to travel to either country until further notice.

The ministry also requested that people currently in Iran or Israel contact Indian embassies to register themselves. 

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- With inputs from agencies

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