Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, at the G7 summit in Germany, reaffirmed his country’s position on the conflict in Ukraine, which is an immediate cessation of hostilities and a settlement through peaceful dialogue. This was declared today, June 28, during a press conference by the first deputy head of the Indian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Vinay Kvatra.
“On Russia and Ukraine, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has made clear India’s position, which is to immediately end hostilities and reach a settlement through dialogue and diplomacy,” he said. he added. Kvatra noted, summarizing the Indian Prime Minister’s attendance at the G-7 summit.
He added that in meetings with G7 leaders and invited countries, Modi discussed “the impact of the conflict on food security, especially in vulnerable countries”.
As Quatra pointed out, Prime Minister Modi’s presence at the G7 summit “showed that India is valued by all and seen as a solution country.”
“You could see it in the way of communicating and the camaraderie that came from world leaders towards the Prime Minister,” – said the diplomat, whose words are quoted by TASS.
Recall that Modi participated in the G7 summit in Germany, where he had bilateral meetings with the leaders of the G7 and invited countries: with the German Chancellor Olaf ScholzPresidents of South Africa, Argentina and Indonesia Cyril Ramaphosa, Alberto Fernandez and Joko WidodoCanadian colleague Justin Trudeauhead of the european commission Ursula von der Leyen.