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Jaishankar meets Ukraine PM Denys Shmyhal at UN; apprises him of India's position | India News

Jaishankar meets Ukraine PM Denys Shmyhal at UN; apprises him of India’s place | Information

New Delhi: Exterior Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Wednesday met Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal on the UN headquarters right here and apprised him of India’s principled place that emphasises cessation of all hostilities and returns to dialogue and diplomacy.

Jaishankar met the Ukrainian chief on the margins of the high-level UN Normal Meeting session right here, hours after Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered a partial mobilisation of some 300,000 reservists, saying the transfer was important to guard Russia’s sovereignty because the “West is in search of to weaken, divide and eventually destroy this nation.”

“On the UN Headquarters this morning, known as on Prime Minister of Ukraine @Denys_Shmyhal,” Jaishankar tweeted.

On the UN Headquarters this morning, known as on Prime Minister of Ukraine @Denys_Shmyhal.

Thank him for sharing his views and evaluation of the continued battle. Mentioned their penalties, together with for meals safety, vitality safety and security of nuclear amenities. pic.twitter.com/UtCaWXeoyu
— Dr. S. Jaishankar (@DrSJaishankar) September 21, 2022

Jaishankar mentioned he apprised Prime Minister Shmyhal of “India’s principled place that emphasises cessation of all hostilities and returns to dialogue and diplomacy.”

The minister thanked “him for sharing his views and evaluation of the continued battle. Mentioned their penalties, together with for meals safety, vitality safety and security of nuclear amenities.”

Jaishankar assured him that India would proceed to supply humanitarian help. India has not but condemned the Russian invasion of Ukraine and it has been sustaining that the disaster should be resolved by means of diplomacy and dialogue.

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Since early September, Ukraine forces have swiftly recaptured massive swaths of land in Ukraine’s Kharkiv area that Russian troops took over within the early weeks of the struggle which started on February 24.

Russian Defence Minister Sergey Shoigu on Wednesday disclosed {that a} complete of 5,937 Russian troops have died through the navy operation in Ukraine whereas fatalities on the Ukrainian facet are ten occasions greater, with 61,207 Kiev troops killed.

It is the primary time that Russia introduced its losses through the navy operation since late March when the casualties stood at 1,351.

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