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Putin and Modi advocate for a “peaceful solution” in Ukraine

Both leaders agreed to seek the opening of channels of dialogue and diplomacy.

The President of Russia, Vladimir Putin, and the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, advocated this Tuesday for achieving a “peaceful solution” to end the war in Ukraine during a meeting held in Moscow, on the occasion of the visit to the country of the Indian leader.

In a joint statement after the meeting, the two líderThey have highlighted the importance of “urgently achieving an end to the conflict with a peaceful resolution through dialogue and diplomacy, with the inclusion of both parties.”

Therefore, both líderes have expressed their “satisfaction with the relevant proposals, in this sense, and the good ideas focused on achieving this peaceful resolution” in question, according to information collected by the Russian news agency TASS.

Modi himself has conveyed to Putin that his country is “willing” to grant “any type of aid to contribute to peace in Ukraine.” Thus, the parties have agreed to promote military cooperation, as stated in the declaration, while reaffirming their willingness to "increase the number of joint military cooperation activities."

Russia and India have prioritized the development of cooperation in the energy sector, including nuclear energy, oil refining and the petrochemical industry, according to the text. “Bilateral economic cooperation between the Russian Federation and the Republic of India is planned to develop, among other things, in key energy sectors,” he noted.

Putin has taken the opportunity to decorate the Prime Minister of India with the Order of Saint Andrew after the talks held in a reduced format in the Kremlin. The award ceremony took place in the St. Andrew's Hall of the Grand Kremlin Palace in the presence of the Indian and Russian delegations.

The Indian president has emphasized the importance of stopping the clashes in the disputed lands and returning to the dialogue table. “India has always supported respect for the United Nations Charter, which includes issues of territorial integrity and sovereignty. There is no solution on the ground. Dialogue and diplomacy are the way forward,” he stated during a meeting with Putin.


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