Indian Prime minister Narendra Modi explain, why India took a neutral stand in Russia-Ukraine conflict.

Appealing for peace and constant dialogue between Russia and Ukraine to resolve the ongoing war, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday explained the reason for India taking a neutral stand in the conflict.

India has a connection with countries involved in the war – economically, security-wise, education-wise and politically as well. India`s several needs are connected to these countries,” said PM Modi while giving a victory speech to his party workers in Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) headquarters in New Delhi.

While explaining India`s neutrality in the Russia-Ukraine war, PM Modi said that India has links with both nations and appeals for peace and constant dialogue.

“The ongoing war is affecting every country across the world. India is on side of peace and hopes that all problems are resolved with deliberations,” said the PM.

Nearly 22,000 Indians, mainly students, have already been evacuated including from the most active dangerous zones like Kharkiv and Sumy in Ukraine. When the war broke out, idea was to strengthen the embassy in Kyiv. The first additional MEA team reached Ukraine on February 22.

“It is unfortunate that even when thousands of Indian students, Indian citizens were stranded in Ukraine, there was talk of breaking the morale of the country,” said the Prime Minister.

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