Towards the backdrop of Russian President Vladimir Putin pushing extra forces into Ukraine to annex territories and hinting the usage of nuclear weapons if wanted, India Thursday instructed the UN Safety Council that the necessity of the hour is to finish the battle in Ukraine and return to dialogue.
“The trajectory of the Ukraine battle is a matter of profound concern for the whole worldwide group. The longer term outlook seems much more disturbing. The nuclear difficulty is a specific anxiousness,” Exterior Affairs Minister S Jaishankar mentioned within the 15-nation UN Safety Council as quoted by information company PTI.
“We now have all skilled its penalties by way of surging prices and precise shortages of meals grains, fertilizers and gasoline…..on this core too, there are good grounds to be frightened about what awaits us,” he mentioned.
Final week, on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation summit within the Uzbekistan metropolis of Samarkand, PM Modi instructed Russian President Vladimir Putin that “right now’s period just isn’t an period of struggle”.
Later, French President Emmanuel Macron and US Nationwide Safety Advisor Jake Sullivan cited PM Modi comment of “right now’s period just isn’t of struggle” to induce Putin to finish his invasion.
India has not criticised the Russian invasion, however has condemned the Bucha bloodbath during which harmless civilians have been killed.
With PTI inputs