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India supports immediate end to all wars, talks and diplomacy: Jaishankar

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India tells UNSC war in Ukraine should end
Due to the war, it affects even in distant countries
Need to find a solution through dialogue and diplomacy

The United Nations. India told the UN Security Council on Thursday that the need of the hour was to end the war in Ukraine and resume talks, noting that the nuclear issue is a matter of particular concern. India pointed out that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had told Russian President Vladimir Putin that this period could not be a time of war. Ukrainian Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar (EAM S Jaishankar) said: “The direction of the war in Ukraine is a matter of grave concern for the entire international community. Projections for the future look even more troubling. The nuclear issue is of particular concern.

The discussion took place on Thursday under the chairmanship of the French Minister for Europe and Foreign Affairs, Catherine Colonna. Significantly, leaders from around the world gathered at the United Nations headquarters to attend the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly. The Council’s discussion was supported by UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, US Secretary of State Etni Blinken, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and British Foreign Minister Foreign Affairs, Commonwealth Affairs and Development Minister James Cleverly and the Security Council. ministers from other member countries of the

The effects of the war were felt even in remote areas.

Jaishankar told the council that in this era of globalization, the effects of war are felt even in remote areas. “We all started to feel the rising prices, the shortage of food grain, fertilizer and fuel,” he said, adding that the southern part of the world was suffering more.

Tags: EAM S Jaishankar, United Nations Security Council

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