India ready to contribute any Russia-Ukraine peace process

RNS: India has advocated talks and diplomacy since the Ukraine crisis began, said Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

India is willing to contribute to any peace process. He stated that the pandemic that was caused by the Covid virus as well as the conflict in Ukraine have been felt all over the globe, said PM Modi in a press statement released after the meeting with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz in New Delhi on Saturday.

“These have had a particularly negative impact on developing countries and India expressed its shared concern about this,” he added.

Both India and Germany agreed that these problems can only be solved through collaborative efforts, even during India’s G20 presidency. He went on to say that India has agreed that multilateral institutions need to be reformed in order to better reflect global realities, statement reveled.

The Prime Minister stated that India’s active participation in the G4 reform of the UN Security Council demonstrates this. According to the Prime Minister, India is encouraged by Germany’s interest in opportunities created by Make in India and Aatmanirbhar Bharat.

Modi stated that Chancellor Scholz recognises the numerous possibilities for India-German relations and they discussed issues of mutual interest.

According to the Prime Minister, India and Germany have strong ties founded on shared democratic values and a thorough understanding of each other’s interests. He also mentioned that the two countries have a long history of cultural and economic exchange.

He stated that increased cooperation between the world’s two largest democratic economies is not only beneficial to the people of both countries, but also sends a positive message in today’s stressed-out world.

The leaders discussed progress on key outcomes from the 6th Inter-Governmental Consultation, which took place in May of last year. They discussed ways to improve defence and economic cooperation, increase talent mobility, and expand collaboration in science and technology.

On a two days visit to India German Chancellor Olaf Scholz arrived in New Delhi yesterday. He was accompanied by senior officials and a high-powered business delegation.



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