He spoke on the phone with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The two leaders discussed in detail the situation in Ukraine. The two leaders also discussed issues of mutual interest.
Boris Johnson said the move by the Russian president was “disturbing and destructive to the whole world.” They also exchanged views on the need for an immediate end to the dire situation in Ukraine and the protection of its sovereignty.
Ukraine’s sovereignty needs to be protected
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi noted that India has repeatedly called for restoration of peace at the negotiating and diplomatic levels. According to an official statement from India, Modi called for respect for international law and protection of the sovereignty of all nations. Meanwhile, a spokesman for Bitren said the two leaders had discussed the dire situation in Ukraine.
Boris Johnson said the move by the Russian president was “outrageous and destructive to the whole world.” British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi agree on the need to protect Ukraine’s sovereignty. The two leaders also discussed issues of mutual interest. They agreed to cooperate in various fields, including trade, investment, technology, defense, security and people-to-people contacts.
International law needs to be respected
A spokesman for Bitren said Russia needed to comply with the UN Charter. On the other hand, Modi had repeatedly called for peace talks with the Presidents of Ukraine and Russia. The two also discussed ways to strengthen ties between Britain and India.
Why Russia sent troops to Ukraine
He has denied allegations that Russia plotted to assassinate President Vladimir Putin in Ukraine over the past few months. He then ordered the deployment of troops in two rebel-held areas of Ukraine, in defiance of the peace agreement.
To whom, he said, the soldiers engaged in peacekeeping. Russia has deployed more than 1.5 million troops across the Ukrainian border in recent months. But the question is why Russia sent troops to Ukraine. When Russia first entered Ukraine in 2014, rebels backed by President Putin took control of a large area in eastern Ukraine.
Since then it has been at war with the Ukrainian army. But the fighting did not stop there. And that’s why the Russian leader says, He is sending so-called peacekeepers to the area.
Putin’s main problem with Ukraine revolves around Nato. Russia has long objected to Ukraine’s bid to join NATO and the European Union. But that is now a thing of the past, and Ukrainian President Zelensky has already stated that he will not join NATO.