India: PM Narendra Modi confirms India’s stand towards Russia-Ukraine conflict

New Delhi, India: Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, has further confirmed his stand on India regarding the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine. He noted that the conflict could be resolved between both nations through diplomacy and dialogue.

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India: PM Narendra Modi confirms India's stand towards Russia-Ukraine conflict
India: PM Narendra Modi confirms India's stand towards Russia-Ukraine conflict (image credits google)

New Delhi, India: Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, has further confirmed his stand on India regarding the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine. He noted that the conflict could be resolved between both nations through diplomacy and dialogue.

According to the reports, PM Modi attended a press conference where he conveyed that India has been very clear since the start of the war between Russia and Ukraine that the conflict can be resolved only through diplomacy and dialogues, along with which India is ready to play its part in any peace process.

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This statement of the Prime Minister of India came after he met with Italian PM Giorgia Meloni. Before this, PM welcomes the Italian Prime Minister Meloni during her first visit to India. 

While addressing the press conference, the PM also stated that the people of Italy voted for her during the last year’s elections, and she became the youngest and first woman PM of Italy. He extended his remarks and congratulated the PM on behalf of every Indian for her achievement.

In addition, PM Giorgia Meloni is also welcomed as the keynote speaker, and chief guest of the 8th Raisina Dialogue 2023 as 2023 marks the diamond jubilee between the bilateral relationship between India and Italy while completing 75 years, said reports.

During his speech, PM Modi called for the longstanding and strategic relationship between the Indo-Italy partnership in various sectors such as hydrogen, renewable energy, IT (Information Technology), telecom, space and semiconductors. “Between both the nations, a start-up bridge has been announced today, which we welcome,” added PM Modi.

He also pointed out that economic relations between India and Italy have been on a drive towards strengthening the economy. He extended his regards while addressing that “Make in India’ and ‘Atamanirbhar Bharat (self-reliant India) campaigns are introducing many opportunities for investments in India by foreign nations,” noted Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

                                                                                     

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