Ukraine-Russia War: Vladimir Putin, the president of Russia, has informed Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi that he is aware of India’s worries regarding the conflict between his nation and Ukraine and that he wants the war to stop.
What was discussed between the two leaders
Putin was quoted on Friday as having said, “During the bilateral discussion between both leaders on the margins of the SCO Summit 2022 in Samarkand, “Your stance on the war in Ukraine and your worries are both known to me. We’d like for this to all be over as soon as possible. We’ll keep you informed of everything that occurs there.”
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After Modi informed the Russian President that “now is not the time for conflict,” the Russian leader said this. Following Russia’s war on Ukraine, this was Modi and Putin’s first in-person encounter.
The two presidents reportedly spoke about bilateral, regional, and international matters. It’s likely that they also spoke about the defence trade agreements between Russia and India in addition to the Ukraine situation.
It is no longer the period of conflict, Prime Minister Modi reportedly said Vladimir Putin during their conversation. The Russian president stated that they want to stop this war “as quickly as feasible” and agreed with the Indian prime minister’s concerns.
Modi’s Agenda At SCO Conference
Additionally, PM Modi spoke at the SCO conference and focused on important problems like the world energy and food crises, the turmoil in the markets brought on by the conflict in the Ukraine and Russia, and the CoVid-19 epidemic.
“The SCO should strive to develop reliable, resilient, and diversified supply chains in our region. For this, better connectivity will be required, as well as it will also be important that we all give full rights of transit to each other,” the Indian Prime Minister said during his address to world leaders.