India’s Narendra Modi Voices Concern Over Ukraine War to Russia’s Vladimir Putin

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi told Russian President Vladimir Putin at a meeting on Friday that “today’s era is not for war,” in a rare public display of Indian dissatisfaction with Russia’s war in Ukraine.

Their meeting on the fringes of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization in Samarkand, Uzbekistan, came a day after Putin’s meeting with China Xi Jinping at the meeting and acknowledged that Beijing had expressed concerns about the Ukraine war. Both countries have provided economic support for Russia to overcome economic sanctions, in part by increasing oil imports and offsetting falls in Moscow’s exports to Europe. Concerns from the two countries, which have long had close ties with Russia, capped a week that has also seen Moscow face setbacks on the battlefield in recent days.

https://www.wsj.com/articles/indias-narendra-modi-voices-concern-over-ukraine-war-to-russias-vladimir-putin-11663347008 India’s Narendra Modi Voices Concern Over Ukraine War to Russia’s Vladimir Putin

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