PM Modi’s Concern Over Russia-Ukraine War During His Berlin Visit

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The Russia Ukraine war has been a serious global issue now. None of the nations wants to give up or surrender.  Due to their continuous war and strikes, the world has been affected badly. Their direct aftermath has to be suffered by the poor countries dependent upon them.

PM Modi is on a visit to European countries and saw people suffering due to the war. He is known as a Peacekeeping leader who is strongly against the war. During his visit to Berlin on Monday, he said that “there will be no winner in this war” as both of these countries are well developed and has a lot of resources.

We believe that there will be no winner in this war and all will suffer losses. Therefore, we are on the side of peace,” He stated after meeting the German Chancellor Olaf Scholz. He also made remarks about rapidly increasing fuel prices because of the war. Poor countries which were dependent on these two are seriously affected by the war as they face food grain and fertilizers shortage.

He expressed his concerns about the loss of human lives in this war. Thousands of civilians have been brutally killed and millions have to flee due to the Russian invasion which began on February 24 of this year.

“From the very beginning of the Ukrainian crisis, we called for an immediate ceasefire, insisting that dialogue is the only way to resolve the dispute,” he reiterated.

Chancellor Scholz said that he has also invited PM Modi to G-7 Summit in Germany. Continuing this he said that Russia by attacking Ukraine has violated the UN Charter which is strongly condemned by the UN.

PM Modi reached Berlin on Monday for his three-nation trip including Germany, Denmark, and France. After his departure for Berlin, Foreign Secretary Vinay Kwatra called for a cessation of hostilities in Ukraine and the resolution of the conflict through dialogue and diplomacy.

 

 

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