‘End the War’

by Ana Lopez

Zelensky wrote a letter to PM Modi seeking humanitarian help

Amid war with Russia, Ukraine has sought humanitarian aid from India. For this, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky has written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The Ministry of External Affairs gave this information on Wednesday. Deputy Foreign Minister of Ukraine Emin Zaparova, who is visiting India, handed over Zelensky’s letter to Minister of State for Foreign Affairs and Culture Meenakshi Lekhi.

In this letter, President Zelensky has sought additional humanitarian assistance from India. In which things like medicine and medical equipment have been demanded. Minister of State for External Affairs and Culture Meenakshi Lekhi tweeted that India has assured humanitarian assistance to Ukraine. Ukraine Minister Japarova said on Monday that India should help us resolve the war with Russia. He also said that Ukraine was not in a position to instruct India on its economic relations with other countries. Emin Japarova called India a global leader. Calling India a world guru, he said that India can play an important role in curbing global challenges. Ukraine has never attacked any country. Meanwhile, Japarova also mentioned Pakistan and China. He said that India is troubled by both its neighboring countries. His relations with both the countries are not good at this time. In such a situation, India should take a lesson from Crimea.

Emin Japarova also referred to PM Modi’s statement, which he made in a conversation with Putin in Samarkand, Uzbekistan. PM Modi told Russian President Putin, ‘Today is not the time for war.’ He said that I have come to India with the message of Ukraine. We want to have close relations with India. We have a different history but we want to establish a new relationship with India.

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