In a primary in-person assembly for the reason that Russian invasion, High Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday held talks with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy at the sidelines of the G7 summit in Hiroshima, Japan.
“PM @narendramodi held talks with President @ZelenskyyUa all over the G-7 Summit in Hiroshima,” the top minister’s place of work tweeted.
PM @narendramodi held talks with President @ZelenskyyUa all over the G-7 Summit in Hiroshima. percent.twitter.com/tEk3hWku7a
— PMO India (@PMOIndia) Might 20, 2023
High Minister Modi arrived in Hiroshima on Friday to wait the yearly summit of the G7 grouping within the first leg of his three-nation excursion that may even take him to Papua New Guinea and Australia. The Ukrainian president could also be attending the G7 summit following a call for participation by means of Japan, the present chair of the robust grouping.
The High Minister’s Place of business shared pictures of the assembly, by which India’s nationwide safety consultant Ajit Doval was once additionally provide.
Previous within the day, PM Modi and US President Joe Biden shared a decent hug as they greeted every different. The transient interplay between the 2 leaders comes forward of Modi’s first state consult with to the USA subsequent month.
In an interview with Eastern newspaper Yomiuri Shimbun, PM Modi, when requested about his view on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and the way India responds to unfavourable reactions relating to its abstention from balloting on UN resolutions and larger oil imports from Russia, had stated that India advocates for discussion and international relations to unravel disputes and prioritise the well-being of folks suffering from emerging prices of necessities.
“India abstained from UN Basic Meeting resolutions to sentence the invasion however stays dedicated to upholding the UN Constitution, global regulation, sovereignty, and territorial integrity. India helps a calm solution to the Ukraine disaster and is able to give a contribution constructively inside the UN and past,” the top minister stated.
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