‘In India’s Best Interests’: Ukraine Asks PM Modi to Urge Russian Prez Putin to Stop War

On Saturday, Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Kuleba called on PM Modi to urge Russia to end the war in Ukraine. He said it was in the “best interests” of all nations.

In a televised address on Saturday, Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba called on the governments of several countries, including India, to urge Russia to end the conflict in his nation. He stated that the end of the war would be in the best interests of all nations.

Referring specifically to India, he said, “India is one of the largest consumers of Ukrainian agricultural products and if this war continues, it’ll be difficult for us to seed new harvests. So, even in terms of global and Indian food security, it’s in the best interest to stop this war.”

Dmytro Kuleba urged all countries, including India, who enjoy special relations with Russia to appeal to Vladimir Putin that “this war is against the interest of all”.

Further, he demanded a fresh rounds of sanctions against Russia on Saturday.

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