Russia Ukraine War: The Foreign Minister appeals to PM Modi and talks with Russia about ending the war
Ten days have passed since Russia launched its attacks on Ukraine. Along with the food crisis affecting the population trapped in other cities along with Kyiv, other essentials are in short supply. Many Ukrainian leaders, including the UN, have urged India and other countries to talk to Russia to stop the war.
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitro Kuleba on Saturday called on several countries, including India, to call on Russia to cease hostilities. If Russia does not stop the war, only both sides will suffer. The president has asked Russia to take care of humanity. In his televised address, Kuleba accused Russia of violating ceasefire agreements and urged a ceasefire so that civilians, including foreign students, could be evacuated.
Help PM Modi stop the war: Kuleba
In response to a question about the support of countries around the world, Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Kuleba said, “I request Prime Minister Modi to reach out to President Putin and explain that this war is against the interests of all.” President Putin is the only person on earth who is interested in this war. Russia’s people are not interested in this war.
Ukraine’s government working under humanity: Kuleba
According to him, Ukraine has been a home for thousands of African and Asian students for 30 years. We arranged trains, set up hotlines, and worked with embassies to evacuate foreign students. The Ukrainian government is doing its best to provide humanitarian assistance.
Russia trying to win sympathy: Kuleba
The Ukrainian foreign minister claimed that Russia was trying to win the sympathy of countries whose citizens were trapped in Ukraine. Russia will be able to safely evacuate all foreign students if it stops manipulating them. India, China, and Nigeria, he said, should appeal to Russia to stop the fire and allow civilians to leave.