Jaishankar, Lavrov to hold addresses in Moscow on November 8

A day after Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu conveyed to the defence ministers of India and China Moscow’s concern about an alleged Ukrainian plan to use a “dirty bomb”, reiterated an allegation that Ukraine and the West had preliminarily Foreign Minister S Jaishankar will visit Moscow on November 8 to hold addresses with his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov, the Russian Foreign Ministry said on Thursday.

“Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov will hold addresses with Indian Foreign Minister Dr S Jaishankar in Moscow on November 8,” Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman Maria Zakharova said.” The ministersย will bandy the current status of bilateral relations and the transnational docket.”

Lavrov visited India in April, during which he held expansive addresses with Jaishankar and met Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Russian President Vladimir Putin visited India in December to attend the India- Russia periodic peak.

The two countries have a medium under which the Prime Minister of India and the President of Russia hold a peak annually to review the entire diapason of relations. Modi is likely to visit Russia this time.

On Wednesday, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu called the defence ministers of India and China to convey Moscow’s concern that there’s an alleged Ukrainian plan to use a “dirty bomb”. Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, on his part, told Shoigu that the Ukraine conflict should be resolved through dialogue and tactfulness, and neither side should resort to the nuclear option.

The Defense Ministry said in a statement that Shoigu had briefed Singh about the evolving situation in Ukraine, including his enterprises, about possible” provocation through the use of dirty losers.”

On October 10, within hours of Russia firing cruise missiles at Ukrainian cities, including civilian facilities in Kyiv, India said it was “deeply concerned” at the escalation of the conflict, including targeting infrastructure and civilian casualties. Death was involved.

It was one of New Delhi’s sharpest statements after Prime Minister Narendra Modi told Russian President Vladimir Putin that the” moment’s period isn’t a period of war” on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization peak in Samarkand, Uzbekistan. India has not yet intimately condemned the Russian irruption of Ukraine.

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