China and India during the United Nations General Assembly meeting to end the war in Ukraine and find a peaceful solution to the crisis. These are the following such appeals – earlier the leaders of these countries had requested them from Vladimir Putin.
We invite all interested parties to Preventing the escalation of the crisis and protect the legitimate rights and interests of developing countries Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said.
Facilitating peace negotiations is a priority – He stressed, calling for a “fair and practical” discussion on a “peaceful solution to the crisis.”
According to AFP, the Chinese minister met in New York with the head of the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry Dmytro Kuleba, and assured him that Beijing supports the “territorial integrity of all countries.”
In turn, Indian External Affairs Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar said his country stands by “dialogue and diplomacy”.
As the conflict in Ukraine rages on, they are often asked which side we are on. And our answer is straightforward and honest every time. India is on the side of peace and will stand firmly there He said.
These are other calls of this kind. So far during the Shanghai Cooperation Organization summit in Samarkand, Uzbekistan Russia’s allies warned Vladimir Putin about the invasion. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi told him that “this is not a time for war” and that Chinese leader Xi Jinping would express his “concerns” about the war in Ukraine.
According to the media, other heads of state – including Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Kazakh President Kassym Omart Tokayev – had to tell Putin that “the war must end.”
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