Indian embassy in Israel issues travel advisory after Hezbollah attack kills Kerala worker

Tel Aviv, March 5 (IANS): The Indian embassy in Israel has issued a travel advisory to all Indian nationals residing there after Nibin Maxwell, a worker from Kerala, was killed in a missile attack by the Hezbollah militant group on Monday.

The embassy has directed the Indians in Israel especially those working or in border areas of north or southern Israel or those visiting, to relocate themselves to safe areas within Israel.

The Indian embassy also said that it was in touch with the Israeli authorities to ensure the safety of all Indian nationals.

The embassy has also shared an emergency helpline number which is operational 24X7.

The emergency number is +972-35226748 and the e-mail ID of the Indian consulate in Tel Aviv is

The hotline number of The Population and Immigration Authority of Israel has also been shared by the Indian embassy which is 1700707889.

The embassy further directed the Indian community in Israel to share the details through their networks so that more Indian‘s are aware of this.

According to the Ministry of External Affairs, an estimated 18000 Indians are living in Israel that include working people as well as students.



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  • Rolf, Dubai

    Tue, Mar 05 2024

    Bakth in queue and Happy about Rs 1.49 lakh salary and Rs 15,000 bonus from UP govt,' 10,000 Indian construction workers going to Israel😀😀

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