According to India, the UN Security Council should end the Ukrainian conflict and return to dialogue as a result of Russian President Vladimir Putin pushing more forces into Ukraine to annex territories and hinting at using nuclear weapons if necessary.
All members of the international community are deeply concerned about the trajectory of the Ukraine conflict. It appears that the future outlook is even bleaker. As quoted by news agency PTI, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar expressed particular concern over the nuclear issue at the 15-nation UN Security Council.
It has resulted in rising prices and a shortage of food grains, fertilizers, and fuel, and on this level of concern we have good reasons to be concerned,” he said.
All members of the international community are deeply concerned about the trajectory of the Ukraine conflict.” We do not live in a time of war today,” Prime Minister Modi told Russian President Vladimir Putin.
In urging Putin to end his invasion, French President Emmanuel Macron and US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan cited PM Modi’s remark that “today’s era is not one of war.”
There has been no criticism from India of the Russian invasion, but it has condemned the Bucha massacre that resulted in the deaths of innocent civilians.