Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, during which he called for an immediate end to the violence and expressed India’s willingness to contribute in any way to peace efforts. According to a PMO statement, the Prime Minister also expressed deep anguish about the loss of life and property due to the ongoing conflict.
It said Modi conveyed India’s deep concern for the safety of Indian nationals, including students, in Ukraine and sought the help of Ukrainian authorities for their speedy and safe evacuation. “President Zelensky briefed the prime minister on the ongoing conflict situation in Ukraine. The prime minister expressed his deep anguish at the loss of life and property due to the ongoing conflict,” the statement said. “They reiterated their call for an immediate cessation of violence and a return to dialogue, and expressed India’s willingness to contribute in any way to peace efforts,” it said.
Zelensky, on his part, said he informed Modi about the process of Ukraine’s response to the Russian aggression. Ukraine’s president tweeted, “There are over 100,000 invaders on our land. They fatally opened fire on residential buildings. Urges India to give us political support at the UN Security Council. Stop the attackers together!”
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