PM Modi on Russia-Ukraine War: US Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Friday welcomed PM Modi’s remarks regarding the Ukraine war. Foreign Minister Blinken said that the leaders of India and China expressing their concerns about the Ukraine war to Russian President Vladimir Putin shows that the world is concerned about the impact of this attack. During the SCO conference, PM Modi had said that today’s era is not of war.
Prime minister Narendra Modi (PM Modi) in talks with Russian President Putin on Friday, insisting on an early end to the conflict in Ukraine, said that “today’s era is not of war”. Face-to-face meeting for the first time between
America happy with mention on Ukraine war
In a bilateral meeting on the sidelines of the annual summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) in Samarkand, Modi underscored the importance of “democracy, dialogue and diplomacy” while calling for an early end to instability in Ukraine. Blinken told a news conference on Friday that what you are hearing from China and India shows the world’s concern about the impact of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine not only on the people of Ukraine but on the people and countries of the whole earth.
Challenges raised by Ukraine war – Blinken
Blinken further said that this is not only an attack on Ukraine and its people, but it is an attack on the principles of international relations, which help to maintain peace and security. The US Secretary of State was responding to a question by the leaders of China and India expressing concerns directly to Putin about the war in Ukraine. “We have focused and spent a lot of time on addressing the challenges of food security in recent months,” Blinken said. These challenges have been greatly increased by the invasion of Russia.
Ukraine war against the whole world – Blinken
The US Secretary of State said that we have already been affected by Kovid, we have been hit by climate change, which has a profound effect on food security. Due to this war, now more than 200 million of our people are facing food insecurity. Leaders around the world are feeling this, so I think what you are seeing is an expression of this, this is an attack against the interests of the people of the whole earth and I think it increases the pressure on Russia to end the war. Is.
Appreciation of PM Modi
Meanwhile, US mainstream media on Friday praised Prime Minister Modi for telling Putin that this is not the time for war in Ukraine. The Washington Post titled, “Modi reprimands Putin for war in Ukraine.” And I’ve talked to you over the phone about it.” It said the slander had put the 69-year-old Russian leader under immense pressure from all sides.
What did Putin say to Modi?
Putin told Modi that I know your stand on the conflict in Ukraine. I am aware of your concerns, which you keep on talking about. We are trying our best to stop it as soon as possible. Unfortunately, the opposition Ukraine’s leadership announced its withdrawal from the negotiation process, saying it wanted to achieve its goal through military means, ie “on the battlefield”. Nevertheless, we will keep you informed about what is happening there. It was the headline of the webpages of ‘The Washington Post’ and ‘The New York Times’.
What did the American media say?
The New York Times headlined, “India’s Leader Tells Putin It’s Not a Time of War.” It wrote, “The tone of the meeting was friendly and the two leaders referred to their long shared history. Before PM Modi’s remarks, Putin said that he understands India’s concerns about the war in Ukraine.
The newspaper said, “Modi made the comments a day after Chinese President Xi Jinping’s first one-on-one meeting with Putin after the Ukraine attack. Jinping adopted a more calm tone than the Russian president and tried to avoid mentioning Ukraine in his public statements.
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