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Russia welcomes India’s position on Ukraine situation

Russia on Friday welcomed India’s position on the Ukraine crisis, amid spike in tensions between the NATO countries and Moscow over the situation in the eastern European nation.


The reaction came a day after India said at the UN Security Council that “quiet and constructive diplomacy” is the need of the hour and that any step that could escalate the tension should be avoided

“We welcome #India’s balanced, principled and independent approach,” the Russian embassy in India tweeted.

Russia welcomes India's position for 'quiet and constructive diplomacy' on Ukraine  situation | World News – India TV

At a meeting of the UN Security Council on the Ukraine situation, India’s Permanent Representative to the UN T S Tirumurti on Thursday pitched for immediate de-escalation of the situation.

In Delhi, External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi too said that India has been supportive of an immediate de-escalation of tensions and resolution of the situation through sustained diplomatic dialogue.

The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) on Wednesday set up a control room to provide information and assistance to Indian nationals in Ukraine. In addition, the Indian embassy in Ukraine has also set up a 24-hour helpline for Indians in the eastern European nation.

Balanced, independent': Russia hails India's remarks on Ukraine crisis

Russia has positioned around 100,000 troops near its border with Ukraine besides sending warships to the Black Sea for naval exercises, triggering concerns among the NATO countries about a potential Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Russia has been denying that it plans to invade Ukraine.

India and Russia Expand Defense Ties, Despite Prospect of U.S. Sanctions -  The New York Times



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