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 a conversation with Russian President Putin on Friday stressed for an early end to the conflict in Ukraine, saying that ‘‘ today’s era is not of war.’’ The two leaders met face-to-face for the first time since the start of the war in Ukraine in February.
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Ukraine war raises challenges-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. US Secretary of State China and India on the war in Ukraine “We have focused and spent a lot of time on tackling the challenges of food security in recent months,” Blinkon said . These challenges have been greatly increased by the Russian invasion.
Ukraine war against the whole world-Blinken
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The New York Times headlined, ‘‘India’s leader tells Putin this is not a time for war.’’ He 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’’