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India-US relationship: US Secretary of State Antony Blinken backs PM Modi: ‘Now is not the time for war’

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Foreign Minister Antony Blinken said – now is not the time for war
America Tried to Stop Fighting Between Russia and Ukraine – Foreign Minister

Washington. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said the United States fully agreed with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s statement to Russian President Vladimir Putin that “now is not the time for war”. Blinken told a joint press conference with Foreign Minister S Jaishankar that the United States had done its best to avert the Ukraine crisis through diplomacy. “Unfortunately, President Putin attacked again and now not only the people of Ukraine, but the whole world is suffering the consequences,” he said.

“I really want to emphasize what Prime Minister Modi said,” Blinken said while answering questions. Prime Minister Modi, during a bilateral meeting on the sidelines of the annual Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) summit in Samarkand earlier this month, called for a speedy end to the conflict in Ukraine, the importance of ” democracy, dialogue and diplomacy”. .

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi had said in a conversation with Prime Minister Putin: “I know that today’s era is not one of war. We have spoken to you on the phone many times about the fact that democracy, diplomacy and dialogue are important for the whole world. Blinken said the ability to stop this attack is in one person and that is Putin. “If Russia stops fighting, the war will end,” he said. If Ukraine stops fighting, Ukraine will end.

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flash Regarding relations with India, said that the partnership between the two countries is one of the most important partnerships in the world. “It’s important to address all the global challenges that people are facing,” he said. He discussed with Jaishankar ways to further strengthen the bilateral strategic partnership and advance common interests.

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