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'Ukraine WANTS WAR, refuses to engage in talks': Russian President Vladimir Putin tells Narendra Modi at SCO meet | India News

‘Ukraine WANTS WAR, refuses to have interaction in talks’: Russian President Vladimir Putin tells Narendra Modi at SCO meet | Information

Samarkand: Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday instructed Prime Minister Narendra Modi that he absolutely ”understands the issues” raised by him whereas additionally noting that ”Ukraine desires warfare” and has refused to be a part of negotiations to finish a number of months of navy battle between the 2 nations. President Putin instructed PM Modi on the sidelines of the SCO assembly that he was “conscious of India’s issues over the Ukraine battle” and that “Russia will do all the things potential to finish it as quickly as potential.”

“I find out about your place on the battle in Ukraine. I find out about your issues. I do know that you simply share these issues and all of us need an finish to all of those as quickly as potential,” Putin stated in his televised opening remarks on the assembly. 

The Russian President stated Ukraine has refused to have interaction within the negotiation course of and it desires to realize its “targets on the battlefield militarily.” “We’ll preserve you abreast of all the things that’s occurring over there,” Putin conveyed to PM Modi.

PM Modi earlier pushed Putin to finish the battle in Ukraine, saying “right this moment’s period just isn’t of warfare” at the same time as he referred to as for locating methods to handle the worldwide meals and vitality safety disaster.

PM Modi additionally underlined the significance of democracy, dialogue and diplomacy throughout a bilateral assembly with Putin that came about on the sidelines of the annual summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) on this Silk Street metropolis.

“Right now the largest fear earlier than the world, particularly growing nations, is meals safety, gasoline safety, fertilisers. We should discover methods to those issues and additionally, you will have to contemplate them. We’ll get a chance to speak about these points,” Modi stated in his opening remarks.

In response, Putin instructed PM Modi that Ukraine has refused to have interaction within the negotiation course of and it desires to realize its “targets on the battlefield militarily.” “We’ll preserve you abreast of all the things that’s occurring over there,” Putin conveyed to PM Modi.

Following the assembly, PM Modi described the talks as “great”. “Had an exquisite assembly with President Putin. We received the chance to debate furthering India-Russia cooperation in sectors reminiscent of commerce, vitality, defence and extra. We additionally mentioned different bilateral and world points,” he tweeted.

In his opening remarks, President Putin stated the ties between India and Russia continued to develop “very quickly” and either side are actively engaged on worldwide platforms on key points. “It will be significant that we continually coordinate our positions,” he stated. 

In his remarks, PM Modi flagged issues over meals safety, vitality safety, and fertiliser provides and stated “we should discover methods and additionally, you will have to contemplate it.” The prime minister stated he’s grateful to Russia and Ukraine for facilitating the rescue of Indian college students from numerous areas of Ukraine within the preliminary section of the battle. 

In the previous couple of months, India has elevated the import of discounted crude oil from Russia however growing disquiet over it by a number of Western powers. India’s crude oil imports from Russia have jumped over 50 instances since April and now it makes up for 10 per cent of all crude purchased from abroad.

Final month, Russian Ambassador Denis Alipov stated Russia appreciates India for not supporting makes an attempt to isolate it in multilateral boards and that bilateral commerce between the 2 nations is on an upswing. India has not but condemned the Russian invasion of Ukraine and it has been sustaining that the disaster should be resolved by diplomacy and dialogue.

(With Company Inputs)

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