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Ready for any aid’, India’s reaction to Russian bombings in Ukraine

Ready for any aid’, India’s reaction to Russian bombings in Ukraine
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India reacts to Russian bombings in Ukraine. India said that the outbreak of war is not in anyone’s interest. It emphasized on adopting the path of diplomacy and dialogue. At the same time, India said that it is ready for any assistance in reducing tension. India on Monday expressed serious concern over the escalation of the Ukraine conflict. India said that the outbreak of war is in no one’s interest and that all sides should abandon hostilities and immediately adopt the path of diplomacy and dialogue. Foreign Ministry spokesman Arindam Bagchi said this while responding to media questions about Russia’s missile strikes in some areas of Ukraine on Monday after relatively calm for some time.

“We urge all sides to immediately abandon hostilities and return to the path of diplomacy and dialogue,” Bagchi said. India stands ready to support all such efforts towards normalization.” He said India was deeply concerned by the escalation of conflict in Ukraine in which infrastructure was targeted and civilians were killed. The External Affairs Ministry spokesperson said that since the beginning of the conflict, India has consistently maintained that the global order operates on the principles of the United Nations Charter, international law and the sovereignty and territorial integrity of all countries.Significantly, Russia on Monday attacked several of its cities including the Ukrainian capital Kyiv, targeting civilian targets. Eight people are reported to have died in the attacks in the capital Kyiv. Russian President Vladimir Putin later said the attacks on Ukraine were in response to Kyiv’s “terrorist” actions, including an attack on a bridge across the Moscow-controlled Crimean peninsula.
The gruesome attack that lasted several hours reflected Moscow’s sudden intensification of military strikes. A day earlier, Putin on Saturday called the blast on a massive bridge connecting Russia with Crimea-occupied territory a “terrorist act” planned and carried out by Ukrainian special services. It is to be known that on the sidelines of Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) meeting in Samarkand last month, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had said in a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin that today’s era is not the era of war and that dialogue and diplomacy are subjects that the world is facing. touch the. During this, Putin, on his part, said that he was aware of India’s concerns over the Ukraine crisis and that he was trying to end it soon.
Significantly, Russia on Monday attacked several of its cities including the Ukrainian capital Kyiv, targeting civilian targets. Eight people are reported to have died in the attacks in the capital Kyiv. Russian President Vladimir Putin later said the attacks on Ukraine were in response to Kyiv’s “terrorist” actions, including an attack on a bridge across the Moscow-controlled Crimean peninsula.
The gruesome attack that lasted several hours reflected Moscow’s sudden intensification of military strikes. A day earlier, Putin on Saturday called the blast on a massive bridge connecting Russia with Crimea-occupied territory a “terrorist act” planned and carried out by Ukrainian special services. It is to be known that on the sidelines of Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) meeting in Samarkand last month, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had said in a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin that today’s era is not the era of war and that dialogue and diplomacy are subjects that the world is facing. touch the. During this, Putin, on his part, said that he was aware of India’s concerns over the Ukraine crisis and that he was trying to end it soon.

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