India urging a diplomatic solution to the conflict in Ukraine

Modi said Germany is an important source of investment in India besides being its largest trading partner in Europe.

25. Feb 2023
India urging a diplomatic solution to the conflict in Ukraine

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Saturday that India has advocated for resolving the Ukraine issue via diplomacy and engagement and that it is prepared to contribute to any peace process after having extensive discussions with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, who is currently in India.

The two leaders' discussions spanned the full spectrum of their bilateral relations as well as important topics at the regional and international levels, including the war in Ukraine.

In a statement to the media, Scholz stated that the aggression of Russia towards Ukraine is hurting the entire world and that no one can change boundaries via force.

He continued, adding "it is a calamity," that the war in Ukraine had caused enormous damage and destruction.

One day after the Russian invasion of Ukraine marked its year anniversary, the German Chancellor paid a visit to India.

We must prevent the horrific war of aggression from having a significant detrimental impact on countries in Asia, Africa, and America, stated Scholz.

Modi said in his statement that India has placed a strong emphasis on finding a diplomatic and dialog-based solution to the situation in Ukraine ever since it started.

India is prepared to support any peace process, according to Modi.

The COVID-19 pandemic and the situation in Ukraine, according to the prime minister, have had an impact on everyone in the world, but underdeveloped nations are particularly suffering.

He claimed that India and Germany actively cooperate in the fight against terrorism and separatism and that both nations concur that effective action is required to put an end to cross-border terrorism.

In order for multilateral organisations to more accurately represent the realities of the world, consensus must be reiterated, Modi added.

The prime minister also stated that security and defence cooperation can grow into a significant tenet of India and Germany's strategic alliance.

All significant bilateral, regional, and international concerns were thoroughly examined, he claimed.

In addition to being India's top commercial partner in Europe, Modi claimed that Germany is a significant source of investment in that country.

In addition to being advantageous for the citizens of India and Germany, expanding collaboration between the two greatest democratic economies also sends a positive message to today's stressed-out globe, according to Modi.

Also, he mentioned how Germany and India are enhancing their mutual relations as part of the triangular development partnership.



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