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A call with Putin reminds PM Modi of the need for dialogue to end the Ukraine conflict

PM Narendra Modi reiterated Friday that dialogue and diplomacy are the only way to resolve the Ukraine conflict in a telephonic call with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

The two leaders discussed energy cooperation, trade and investments, defence and security cooperation, and other key areas during their meeting in Samarkand on the sidelines of the SCO Summit.

Ahead of his G-20 Presidency, PM Modi also briefed the Russian President on key priorities for India.

Also, he’s looking forward to working together during India’s Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) presidency.

It was also agreed that the two leaders would keep in touch.

While meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Uzbekistan during the annual Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) summit in September, Prime Minister Modi told him “today’s era isn’t of war”, so he wanted to end the Ukrainian conflict soon. The Russian president told Modi he knew India was worried about the Ukraine conflict and would do everything to end it as soon as possible.

Since the Russia-Ukraine conflict began in February, PM Modi has been talking to Putin regularly, seeking dialogue and peace talks. Despite this, India wants an international investigation into the Bucha massacre and expressed concern about Russian nuclear threats.


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