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Japanese PM: ‘Russia’s invasion of Ukraine shakes roots of international system’, Modi and Japanese PM say talks

Tokyo: Japan’s Prime Minister Fumio Kishida on Saturday called Russia’s attack on Ukraine a “very serious matter” and said it “shakes” the roots of the international system. Prime Minister Kishida made the remarks while talking to media after the 14th India-Japan Summit in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. In a joint statement issued in New Delhi after the summit, Modi and Kishida called for an immediate end to the violence in Ukraine and stressed the need to resolve the dispute through dialogue.

The two leaders also stressed the importance of securing Ukraine’s nuclear plants. “We discussed the situation in Ukraine. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is a serious issue and has shaken the roots of the international system. We need to look at this issue with strong determination,” Kishida told reporters. “I told Modi that any attempt to change the situation unilaterally by force should not be allowed,” he said.
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‘Need for a Peaceful Resolution’
“We both agree on the need to resolve all disputes peacefully under international law,” Kishida said. The joint statement said that Modi and Kishida reiterated their call for “immediate cessation of violence” and underlined that there was no way to resolve the dispute except through dialogue and diplomacy. Japan has verbally criticized Russia over its attack on Ukraine, while India has insisted on resolving the dispute through dialogue and diplomacy.

The first foreign head of state to visit India in 2022
Amid the Ukraine-Russia war and tensions with China, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida has arrived in India on a landmark visit. During the visit, the Japanese Prime Minister will announce an investment of 42 42 billion over the next five years in India. In 2022, the Japanese Prime Minister becomes the first foreign head of state to visit India. Japan is currently assisting in the development of India’s urban infrastructure. In addition, a bullet train is being run in India with the help of Japan. The Prime Minister of Japan will be in India for two days.


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