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‘We are on the side…’: India on the war between Russia and Ukraine

Mr. Jaishankar met And his Russian counterpart, Sergei Lavrov, exchanged views on Ukraine.

New York:

As Ukraine’s war dominated the world’s highest diplomatic scene this week, India on Saturday called strongly for The need To end the war through diplomacy and openly stand up to it on The conflict between Kyiv and Moscow.

The Minister of Foreign Affairs S. Jaishankar, speaking at the seventy-seventh session of the United Nations General Assembly, “is often asked who side we on. And our answer, every time, is honest and truthful. India on The side of Peace and will remain firmly there.”

“we on The side who respects the Charter of the United Nations and its founding principles,” affirming India’s position on The ongoing Russian-Ukrainian conflict.

While pressing a file need for Diplomacy, Mr. Jaishankar said they are on The side This is calling for dialogue.

Almost every boss during the week repeated the effect of conflict, “we on The side of those struggling To make ends meet, even as they stare at rising costs of Food, fuel and fertilizer,” said Mr. Jaishankar in its title.

“it is in Our collective interest work constructively, both within and outside the United Nations in Finding an early solution to this conflict.”

less than a couple of hours Before the speech of Mr. Jaishankar, Minister of External Affairs met And his Russian counterpart, Sergei Lavrov, exchanged views on Ukraine.

”Extensive conversation with Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov at #UNGA 77. Discuss our bilateral cooperation. Mutual viewpoints on Reforms of Ukraine, the Group of Twenty and the United Nations’.

The meeting came just hours Before Lavrov’s speech to the United Nations High-level General Assembly general debate where called for Security Council reform and support for India in Expanded Security Council.

During the UN Security Council meeting on Ukraine Earlier this week, Mr Jaishankar recalled Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s assertion to Russian President Vladimir Putin that “this cannot be an era”. of war”.

“Let me confirm it up in Conflict situations, there can be no justification for violation of human rights or of international Law. Where is any of these works? occurIt is necessary that they be investigated in in an objective and independent manner. This was our position took with Regarding the murder in Bucha, this is the position we take until today. board will also I remember we supported calls after that for An independent investigation into the Bucha incident. Mr. Jaishankar said which made him one of The strongest statements on Russia in The last seven months ago invasion of Ukraine.

Earlier this week, Mr. Jaishankar also met in person with Ukrainian Prime Minister Denis Shmyhal at the United Nations here and informed him of India’s principled position that emphasizes the palm of All hostilities and back to it dialogue and diplomacy.

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