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India and Germany discussed the situation in Ukraine

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New Delhi, February 25 – India’s First Deputy Foreign Minister Vinay Kvatra said the situation in Ukraine was the focus of discussions between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, who arrived in New Delhi on Saturday.
“The current situation in relations between Russia and Ukraine, which is one of the important issues globally, was featured extensively in the discussions between the two leaders, between Chancellor Schultz and Prime Minister Narendra Modi… The discussions between Prime Minister Modi and Chancellor Schultz focused on the complexity arising from the conflict. The ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine, how it affects developing countries, and what India and Germany must do together to ensure that developing countries are isolated from this negative event, as well as take steps to promote and consolidate peace.“The power of dialogue and diplomacy,” Kwarta said in a special briefing following the meeting between the leaders of India and Germany. So that we can all find a good solution to this ongoing situation between Russia and Ukraine.”
He noted that “peace is not just something that is beneficial for Russia and Ukraine.”

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“Peace is also a good thing for developing countries. Because one of the most serious consequences of the Russian-Ukrainian situation has been problems with food, fuel, fertilizers and insecurity, so to speak. Most of this effect is on developing countries,” Quatra said.
He added that he did not wish to comment on the peace formula proposed by China in Ukraine.
“I don’t think it would be right for me to talk about the Chinese formula for peace, I think that’s what you probably need to ask about the Chinese side,” said the Indian External Affairs Ministry representative, in response to a related question.
Schulz is on a two-day state visit to India. In addition to meeting Modi, the German chancellor will meet Indian President Draupadi Mormo today. According to the Indian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the visit of the German chancellor “will enhance cooperation in the field of security and defense, work towards closer economic ties, increase opportunities for talent mobility, and provide strategic direction for continued cooperation in science and technology.”

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