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‘If there hadn’t been India and China, there would have been a nuclear war…’ US Secretary of State says of Putin’s stance against Ukraine



New Delhi. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken made a big statement regarding the Russian-Ukrainian war. According to Blinken, to end this war, Russian President Vladimir Putin would have launched a nuclear attack against Ukraine a long time ago. Blinken expressed the possibility that this would have prevented him from going to India and China. In an interview with The Atlantic ahead of his visit to India for the G20 summit, Blinken said, “Putin could have reacted more irrationally in this war. There were repeated threats of nuclear attack from Moscow. It is a matter of concern.

The US Secretary of State said that we have urged all countries that have better relations with Russia to end this war. I think India and China did what had some effect and prevented Russia from launching a nuclear attack on Ukraine. Regarding India’s relations with other countries, Blinken said: “Russia has been close to India for decades and has been supplying it with military equipment. But in recent years, we have seen that instead of relying solely on Russia, it pursues partnerships with us and other countries like France.

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Earlier, Blinken warned China against continuing Russia’s “malicious support” for the war against Ukraine, saying it would have “serious implications” for bilateral relations with the United States.

Blinken will come to India next week
Please be aware that US Secretary of State Antony Blinken will travel to India next week to attend the G20 Foreign Ministers’ Meeting and meet with senior Indian officials to confirm strong participation from the US side. India took over the presidency of the G20 on December 1st.

The US Secretary of State will be in India until March 3. Blinken will arrive in India from February 28 after visiting two Central Asian countries, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan.

He will participate in the “C5+1” ministerial meeting with representatives of five Central Asian countries. Within this framework, talks will be held on strengthening economic, energy, environmental and security cooperation between Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.

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