Prime Minister Narendra Modi held two-on-two talks with US President Joe Biden. They spoke each other in virtual mode. The United States has strongly condemned India’s stance on Russia over the Ukraine war. Praising India’s humanitarian aid to Ukraine, Biden said the two countries would work together to end the war.
As the two leaders discussed in detail the Ukraine war, Prime Minister Modi clarified India’s approach to Biden, saying, “I have repeatedly spoken over the phone with the President of Russia and the President of Ukraine and asked for peace.” I also proposed that President Putin speak directly to Volodymyr Zenensky. The issue of Ukraine is also being discussed in the Indian Parliament.
In the aftermath of the Ukraine crisis, we first emphasized the need to protect our citizens and to send humanitarian aid to Ukraine.” A few weeks ago, 20,000 Indians were trapped in Ukraine, most of them students. “Therefore, the rescue squad wasn’t called for him,” she told the Associated Press. “We immediately condemned the incident and demanded an independent investigation,” he told the Associated Press.
Biden praised India’s approach to Ukraine and said that India and the United States would continue to work together to end the Russia-Ukraine war. Biden hoped that India-US relations would be further strengthened and that our strategic partnership would reach a new level. “Our friendship and values have always strengthened bilateral relations,” Biden said.
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