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Modi: India is ready for any help to establish peace in Ukraine

According to the report of the international group of the Tasnim news agency, citing the news agency “Novosti”, the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, this afternoon, Tuesday, at the beginning of his official talks with the President of Russia Vladimir Putin in the Kremlin Palace, emphasized that his country is ready to offer any Help to establish peace in Ukraine.

The Prime Minister of India said that during his informal meeting with the President of Russia last night, both sides were in complete agreement that peace in Ukraine should be achieved as soon as possible. He added: “We are ready for any assistance in this regard.” I can assure you that India has always been for peace. “When I listened to your (Putin) words, I heard optimism and a lot of hope for the future arose in me.”

He also expressed his confidence that peace can only be achieved through dialogue and that dialogue is very necessary to fall on the peaceful path.

Putin called India a strategic partner of Russia

During the talks with the Prime Minister of India, the President of Russia also mentioned the strategic partnership between the two countries and reminded: You and I are in constant contact with each other and our main focus is on the development of trade and economic relations between the two countries.

Pointing out that these relations correspond to the interests of the people of both countries, Vladimir Putin emphasized: “Russia and India have a long-standing friendship, and 2024 is the 77th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations, and bilateral relations have the nature of a special privileged strategic partnership.” »

He added: “Last year, financial turnover increased by 60% and even more by 66%, and in the first quarter of this year, it increased by 20%.”

The Russian President also mentioned the cooperation of the two countries within the framework of international organizations and associations, including the United Nations, the Shanghai Cooperation Organization and the BRICS group. He also appreciated the Indian Prime Minister's attention to solving acute problems in the international arena, including trying to find a way out of the Ukraine crisis and achieving peace.

Putin also invited Narendra Modi to the BRICS summit in Kazan in October 2024.

The Prime Minister of India arrived in Moscow yesterday for a two-day visit. According to Kremlin information, Putin and Modi spent three hours in an informal meeting yesterday evening and discussed many issues during face-to-face talks.

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