Ukrainian president tweets after talking to PM about ongoing crisis
India is one of the prime countries who remains to be in good terms with both Ukraine and Russia and that has become a reason why the two nations seek its mediation in the matter.
Earlier today, Ukraine president Volodymyr Zelenskyy spoke to the Indian prime minister regarding the ongoing conflict between the two nations. He reportedly informed Modi about the current scenario of the war-stricken country.
He informed about the conversation in a tweet saying, “India appreciates the assistance to its citizens during the war and Ukraine’s commitment to direct peaceful dialogue at the highest level. Grateful for the support of the Ukrainian people. #StopRussia.”
Zelenskyy also added about the growing aggression of Russia towards the territory of Ukraine. PM Modi spoke about arranging mediums of the Indian students who are stuck in the warzone in the 35-minute conversation the two leaders had. He also urged the Ukrainian leader to keep up with the support that they were providing till now.
Modi also asked for dialogue to continue between Russia and Ukraine. The last India spoke to Ukraine was on February 26 when the European nation sought the support of India to ask Russia to step back from its territory.
India shares a good relationship with Russia as well as Ukraine which made the two nations rely on the Asian nation for a proper dialogue. Further, the Indian politician is scheduled to speak to Russian president Vladimir Putin later today. It is expected that Modi will be speaking about Russia’s cooperation as Indian students find their way out of Ukraine to escape the worsening situation in the nation.