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Indian embassy in Beijing issues advisories for Indian nationals in China

Indian embassy in Beijing issues advisories for Indian nationals in China
Indian embassy in Beijing

Beijing, Jan 27 (UNI) Indian Embassy in Beijing on Monday issued a series of advisories for Indians in China stating that Indian nationals in Wuhan or Hubei province can inform the embassy if they "encounter shortage of food, water and other essential supplies".
"Indian nationals in Wuhan/Hubei province are urged to inform Indian Embassy in Beijing if they encounter shortage of food, water and other essential supplies and provide us with the exact location so that Embassy could work with the Chinese authorities to ensure that such essential supplies are sustained," the Indian mission said on Twitter.
The Embassy also said: "We have learnt that some of the Indian nationals are currently not in possession of their passports, which have been submitted to Chinese authorities for visa extension or work permit or other reasons."

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