PM Modi clarifies India’s position on Ukraine, calls for immediate end to hostilities ProIQRA News

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi during a meeting with German Chancellor Olaf Schulz on the sidelines of the G7 Summit. (Photo: AP / PTI)

Munich: Foreign Secretary Vineet Kwatra said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had clarified India’s position on the Ukraine conflict at the G7 Summit where he reiterated that hostilities should end immediately and the path of dialogue and diplomacy should be chosen. Should reach a solution. .

Replying to a question on India’s position on the Russia-Ukraine conflict, Kwatra said during a press conference, “On Russia-Ukraine, the Prime Minister clarified India’s position, including the immediate end of hostilities; resolve the situation. To negotiate and diplomacy.

Foreign Secretary Quatra also highlighted that PM Modi had discussed with world leaders the knockout effects of the food security crisis in Eastern Europe, especially the conflict on vulnerable countries.

“The prime minister also highlighted the knockout effect of the conflict on the food security crisis, especially on vulnerable countries,” Quatra said.

Since the start of the war on February 24, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been appealing to both Russia and Ukraine for peace and an end to hostilities.

Earlier, PM Modi intervened and spoke with Russian President Vladimir Putin, suggesting that direct talks between the presidents of Russia and Ukraine could greatly help ongoing peace efforts to resolve the ongoing conflict. Is.

PM Modi also spoke to Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky and expressed his deep concern over the loss of life and property due to the ongoing conflict. On the Prime Minister’s visit to the G7 Summit in Germany, Foreign Secretary Vinay Quatra said that India is seen by all as a solution provider, which is the body language and coordination of leaders with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Was very clear.

PM Modi attended the G7 Summit in Germany on June 26-27, met with world leaders and held talks with Indian expatriates.

During a press conference, Kwatra said, “Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s presence at the G7 summit showed that India’s presence is valuable to all and you see India as a solution provider for all.” Must have seen the body language and sympathy of the leaders with our PM.

An example of the friendship between the leaders of the world’s two largest democracies that caught the eye of the audience was US President Joe Biden’s reception for Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the G7 summit. Went to them. Schloss Elmau, Germany on Monday.

India is one of the five partner countries invited to attend the G7 Summit. German Chancellor Olaf Schulz received the Prime Minister in Schloss Elmau ahead of the G7 summit today.

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