Turkey and India called on Putin to end the war in Ukraine. Accordingly, the leaders of both the countries have called on Putin at an international Summit. They urged the Russian President vowing to end the war “as soon as possible”.
Accordingly, there was a two-day Shanghai Cooperation Organisation summit with eastern allies in Uzbekistan. Vladimir Putin promised his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi. Saying that he would do everything he can to end Moscow’s assault on Ukraine.
Turkey And India To Urge Putin Against Ukraine Crisis
The Russian President met with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the Summit. Accordingly, they discussed bolstering economic cooperation and regional issues.
However, Erdogan called for an end to the war in Ukraine “as soon as possible through diplomatic channels.”
On the other hand, Prime Minister Modi stressed the need to end the Ukrainian war. Then Putin replied:
“I know [where] you stand on the conflict in Ukraine and the concerns that you have repeatedly voiced.”
Afterwards, he assured them saying: “We will do all we can to end that as quickly as possible.”
“Regrettably, the other side, the leadership of Ukraine, has rejected the negotiations process. And, stated that it wants to achieve its goals by military means on the battlefield,” he added.
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Statement Of PM Modi
Indian Prime Minister Modi said:
“Our age is not that of war,”
“And we have spoken many times on the phone that democracy, diplomacy and dialogue, all of these things are likely to have an impact on the world.”
Putin To Seek Trade Agreements
Accordingly, after seven months of Ukraine’s war, Putin is seeking new trade agreements with the countries. Now, he is to develop economic development after following a raft of Western sanctions on Russia’s economy.
On the other hand, Russia’s premier is facing a difficult political situation. And, his partners expressing their concerns about the ongoing conflict.