Why is the Modi government’s stand being discussed more than Biden in the midst of Russia-Ukraine war?

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new Delhi: After the situation arising out of Russia’s attack on Ukraine, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to Russian President Vladimir Putin and urged all parties to resolve the violence through diplomatic dialogue. Gave. Amidst the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine, India’s stand is being discussed more than US President Joe Biden. Joe Biden has also said that he will discuss the issue of Russia-Ukraine war with India.

Why the talk of Modi government’s stand?

Russian President Vladimir Putin recognized two regions of eastern Ukraine, Donetsk and Luhansk, as independent regions. On this, India presented its stand in the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) on Tuesday. Both these areas were declared by the Russian-backed rebels as the People’s Republic of Donetsk and Luhansk and have been fighting Ukraine since 2014. Along with this, Putin had also ordered Russian soldiers to go to these areas.

A meeting of the UN Security Council was held on Tuesday regarding this decision of Putin, where India’s Permanent Representative TS Tirumurti appealed to everyone to exercise restraint while taking India’s side. On the one hand, the western countries took on Vladimir Putin, on the other hand India neither condemned Russia nor talked about the sovereignty of Ukraine. Many people raised questions on this stand of India and many people justified it.

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PM Modi appealed to stop the violence immediately

Now India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi has spoken to Vladimir Putin and during this he reiterated his ‘longstanding conviction’ that the differences between Russia and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) group should be resolved only ‘ It can be resolved only through honest and serious dialogue. According to the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), during the conversation, Putin apprised PM Modi of the recent developments related to Ukraine. After this, PM Modi appealed to stop the violence immediately and called on all the parties to make concerted efforts to return to the path of diplomatic dialogue and dialogue.

Putin listens to PM Modi: Ukraine

Earlier Ukraine had sought help from India. Ukraine’s Ambassador to India Igor Polikha said Prime Minister Narendra Modi is one of the few leaders to whom Russian President Vladimir Putin listens.

At the same time, Richard Govan, who worked on international relations with the European Council, also expressed his opinion on India’s stand. He tweeted and said, ‘India was the first among non-NATO countries to speak on the Ukraine crisis in the United Nations Security Council (UNSC). India talked about reducing tensions through diplomacy, but neither condemned Russia nor mentioned the sovereignty of Ukraine.

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