Ms Swaraj also said that she has received a report about the incidents and she was "personally monitoring the situation".
Attack on Indian students in Milan : I have got the detailed report. Pls do not worry. I am monitoring the situation personally. @cgmilan1— Sushma Swaraj (@SushmaSwaraj) October 31, 2017
"All Indian students are urged not to panic. The Consulate is taking up this matter with the highest level of law and order authorities in Milan," an advisory posted on Twitter said.
The advisory, however, did not comment on whether the attacks appeared to be racially motivated.
Students have been asked to be vigilant and stay in touch with the Consulate. They are being encouraged to share the information with other students about the areas where they experienced "such incidents" so that similar attacks can be avoided.
Attack on Indian students in Milan pic.twitter.com/kY0qwfePm8— India in Milan (@cgmilan1) October 30, 2017
The consulate has also asked to report any such incident on the helpline number provided in the advisory.
The reports of attacks have coincided with Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni's two-day visit to India. PM Gentiloni arrived in Delhi yesterday and inked six pacts to boost cooperation in key sectors, including energy and trade following discussions with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The two leaders also resolved to "fight terrorism and violent extremism in all their forms and manifestations".
Milan, the global capital of fashion and design, is considered Italy's top student city as it's home to many world-renowned universities. Every year, a lot of Indians head for Milan to study design, arts, architecture, fashion as well as Economics, Computer Science etc.