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‘Ukraine wants to end the crisis quickly’, friend Putin responded to PM Modi’s concern

Samarkand: At the SEO summit, Prime Minister Narendra Modi raised the issue of global supply chain and food crisis before Russian President Putin. Prime Minister Modi had said that the global supply chain has been disrupted due to the pandemic and the Ukraine crisis, creating an unprecedented food crisis in the world. Now Russian President Putin has reacted to this statement of PM Modi. The meeting between the two leaders took place on the sidelines of the SCO Summit. During the meeting, Putin said he understood the concerns.

Putin said he wanted the conflict with Ukraine to end as soon as possible. Putin began the conversation by congratulating India on its 75th year of independence. He said all the best. Putin added, ‘India-Russia relations are constantly improving. We are constantly connected. We also engage on international issues. Sometimes there is no good news. We are aware of your position on the Ukraine conflict and I am aware of your concerns. You shared them too.

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“We want the conflict in Ukraine to end as soon as possible,” Putin said. But the Ukrainian leadership is backing down. He wants to settle things militarily. Putin told PM Modi, ‘It is good that we keep talking on different issues. We spoke on the phone four times during the corona virus. Our team is also working together. I remember my last visit to Delhi and I take this opportunity to invite you to come to Russia.
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Along with this he said, ‘I also know that my dear friend you will be celebrating your birthday tomorrow. In Russian tradition, we never congratulate in advance. So I can’t do that. But I congratulate friendly country India for the future under your leadership.’ Prime Minister Narendra Modi will celebrate his 72nd birthday on September 17.


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