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PM Modi, Macron Call For “Immediate End To Suffering” Of Ukrainians

The globe two of the main countries India and France came forward and gave a joint statement where they said both the countries would coordinate in a multilateral way. The risk of the Ukraine conflict created a global crisis in the field of food and grains and Ukraine itself is known for being one of the world’s main wheat producers.
On Wednesday both the countries called for instant termination of the hostilities in Ukraine. With the invasion of its neighbour, the Indian prime minister Narendra Modi came forward to stop short of condemning Russia.
India was the one which imported much of its military hardware from the Russians, it has long walked, a diplomatic tightrope between the West and Moscow. Where it refused to denounce the latter or to vote against the UN over its action in Ukraine.
Both the countries, France as well as India showed their deepest concern over the humanitarian to the globe over the humanitarian crisis and the current going conflict in Ukraine. Prime minister of India Mr Modi and French President Emmanuel Macron gave a joint statement in this note after they visited Paris for talks as well as a working dinner.
The fact that the civilians have been killed in Ukraine both the countries unequivocally stated this and called for immediate termination of hostilities for both the sides to come forward and to promote diplomacy and dialogues as well as put a full stop to the sufferings of the people.
It came from Mr Macron’s office where he stated he would emphasise the consequences of the war for the international order well beyond the European Union, including in Asia to PM Modi.

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