An attempt was made to surround Russia at the UN over the war with Ukraine, India took this step and gave the support of a “friend”
India has once again supported its old friend Russia at the United Nations.
India did not participate in the vote against Russia on the war with Ukraine.
India has again taught the lesson of peace to the United Nations Security Council.
The United Nations: In the dispute between Russia and Ukraine, India has been talking about peace from the start. When there was an attempt to encircle Russia at the United Nations on Friday, India once again backed its old friend Russia. Indeed, India abstained on Friday from voting on a draft resolution tabled by the United States and Albania at the United Nations Security Council (UNSC), which condemned Russia’s “illegal referendum” and its occupation of Ukrainian territories.
After skipping the vote against Russia in the UN Security Council, India’s permanent representative to the UN, Ruchira Kamboj, said on Friday that India was deeply troubled by recent developments in Ukraine and stressed that disputes and disputes should be resolved. a solution. “We urge that every effort be made by the parties concerned to immediately end the violence and hostility,” he said. Dialogue is the only answer to resolve disputes and disputes, however difficult it may be at this time.
India’s permanent representative to the United Nations, Ruchira Kamboj, has said that to achieve peace, we must keep all diplomatic avenues open. He said Prime Minister Narendra Modi made that clear during his talks with world leaders, including Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian President Zelensky. He also referred to statements made by External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Ukraine during the high-level session of the General Assembly last week.
In fact, this resolution demanded that Russia immediately withdraw its forces from Ukraine. 15 countries of the United Nations Security Council were to vote on this resolution, but Russia used a veto against it, due to which the resolution could not be adopted. 10 countries voted in favor of this resolution and four countries including India did not participate in the vote.
What Prime Minister Modi told Putin at SCO summit
Prime Minister Modi recently met Putin on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) summit in Samarkand, Uzbekistan, and said: “Today is not the era of war and I talked about it on the phone. Putin told Modi that he was “well aware of India’s concerns over the ongoing conflict in Ukraine and that Russia would do everything possible to bring it to an early end”.
What did the UN Secretary General say
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said on Thursday that the occupation of another country’s territory by the threat or use of force is a violation of the UN Charter and principles of international law. . . Let us tell you that Ukraine alleges that Russia forcibly occupied many of its regions.
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FIRST POST: 01 October 2022, 06:36 HST