Germany will not refuse India’s participation in the June G7 summit in Bavaria because of its economic ties with Russia, an Indian newspaper reported. The economic period citing a source in the German government. The publication’s interlocutor called reports that Germany is discussing dropping plans to invite Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the summit “false, absolutely incorrect”.
India is not a member of the G7, but regularly participates in the organization’s summits. Earlier than India may not be invited to the G7 summit, Bloomberg reported, citing sources. According to the agency, this was due to the fact that India did not adhere to the sanctions against Russia, nor did it condemn the military operation in Ukraine.
The West is pressuring India not to impose sanctions and to continue trading with Russia. Indian Foreign Minister Subramaniam Jaishankar said the country continues to buy Russian oil in the name of energy security. At the same time, Reuters reported that the country’s largest oil company refused to buy Russian oil.
About India’s relations with the West in the context of the Russian military operation – in the document “Kommersant” “Hindi Yankee Bhai Bhai”.