India ready to contribute to peace course of: PM Modi on Ukraine struggle2 min read
Prime Minister Narendra Modi reiterated that India has made it clear that the battle will be resolved solely by means of dialogue and diplomacy and that India is absolutely ready to contribute to the peace course of.
New Delhi,UPDATED: Mar 2, 2023 16:57 IST
PM Modi was addressing a joint press convention with Italy PM Giorgia Meloni
By India Today News Desk: India is absolutely ready to contribute to any peace course of, Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated as we speak in regards to the ongoing Russia-Ukraine struggle.
“From the very beginning of the Ukraine conflict, India has made it clear that this dispute can only be resolved through dialogue and diplomacy,” PM Modi stated, including, “And India is fully prepared to contribute to any peace process.”
He was addressing a joint press convention with Italy’s PM Giorgia Meloni, who’s on a two-day go to to India – the primary by an Italian prime minister in 5 years.
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Meloni requested for PM Modi’s assist to facilitate “just peace” in Ukraine.
Speaking in regards to the Ukraine struggle and the function India would possibly assume in ending it, PM Meloni stated: “We both share the hope that India as G20 president can play a central role in facilitating negotiations towards a ceasefire and a just peace.”
“Keeping the multilateral community together is important and we hope the Indian presidency can do it even more,” she added, congratulating PM Modi for “having the highest approval ratings in the world”.
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“PM Modi knows he can rely on us, on our cooperation for the G20 summit, to further enhance our relationship. I believe there is a lot we can do together,” she added.
Meloni’s India go to coincides with a gathering of G20 overseas ministers in Delhi and Russia’s year-long struggle in Ukraine has dominated discussions, reported information company Reuters.
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Mar 2, 2023