Shaking hands with Zelensky, friend of Russia, what did Modi say?

Prime Minister Narendra Modi met Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. This is the first face-to-face meeting between the two heads of state since the start of the Russia-Ukraine war. Prime Minister’s Office has released the photo of Modi-Zelensky handshake.

Prime Minister Modi went to Hiroshima, Japan to attend the meeting of the G-7 group of countries. Ukrainian President Zelensky came to attend the meeting. There the two met.

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Namo met with the President of Ukraine on Saturday. There were several high-ranking officials of the two countries. National Security Advisor or NSA Ajit Doval participated in the meeting.

What was discussed with President Zelensky? On this day, however, it was not disclosed by the Prime Minister’s office. Incidentally, earlier, Modi spoke to French President Emmanuel Macron on several issues. He also met US President Joe Biden during the meeting of the G-7 group of countries. Namo also hugged Biden.

It should be noted that after the start of the Ukraine war, several Western countries, including the United States, imposed sanctions on Russia. In this environment, New Delhi started importing mineral oil from Moscow at low prices. Many European countries have objected to this from the beginning.

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External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar visited Belgium this month. There he was questioned by the officials of the European Union (EU). EU alleges that India is refining Russian mineral oil and selling it to the European market at high prices. As a result, the sanctions imposed on Russia are not working. EU demands strict action against New Delhi on this issue.

Foreign Minister Jaishankar responded this week. “EU officials should read the rules they made. If someone buys oil from Russia, Moscow has no rights over it,” he said at the Brussels event. In this regard, Foreign Minister Jaishankar also referred to the provisions of the law made by the EU.

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Prime Minister Modi held a meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida this morning. After that he inaugurated a bust of Mahatma Gandhi in Hiroshima. Basically, the statue was gifted to Japan by New Delhi to convey the message of world peace.

During World War II, the United States dropped the first atomic bomb on Hiroshima on August 6, 1945. The code name of that bomb was Little Boy. America dropped atomic bombs on three of them in Nagasaki. New Delhi said that the statue was given as a gift to spread Gandhiji’s message of non-violence in memory of that incident.

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