Ukraine: Indian press, ‘applause in the US for Modi’s reprimand against Putin’

The Indian press today underlines that the United States is appreciating Prime Minister Narenda Modi for telling Vladimir Putin, during the meeting between the two leaders in Sarmarkand, that now is not the time for war in Ukraine

The Indian press today underlines that the United States is appreciating Prime Minister Narenda Modi for having told Vladimir Putin, during the meeting between the two leaders in Sarmarkand, that now is not the time for war in Ukraine.



The Indian Express in fact relaunches the comments of the main American newspapers, such as the Washington Post which speaks of “a stunning public curse” by the Indian premier to the Russian president to whom he said that “today is not an era for war, and I I talked about this with you in telephone conversations. ”

The New York Times also underlines the importance and strength of Modi’s words, especially since “the tone of the meeting was friendly, with both leaders referring to their long common history”.

The Times of India then underlines how during the meeting, on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization summit, he “put pressure on Putin to put an end to the conflict in Ukraine” and recalls that this was the first meeting in person between the two leaders from beginning of the war.

And finally he records how, after Modi’s statements, the US Secretary of State, Antony Blinken said that “what we hear from China, from India reflects the concerns that exist around the world for the effects of Russia’s aggression. in Ukraine not only for the Ukrainian people, however devastating it may be, but for countries and peoples all over the planet “.



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