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PM Modi’s influential voice on world stage, welcome his intervention: UK

Referring to PM Modi’s “today’s era is not war”, UK Foreign Secretary James Cleverley expressed hope that Mr Putin would listen to voices calling for peace.

Referring to PM Modi’s “today’s era is not war”, UK Foreign Secretary James Cleverley expressed hope that Mr Putin would listen to voices calling for peace.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has a powerful, influential voice on the world stage And the Russian leadership respects India’s position globally, with UK Foreign Secretary James Cleverly insisting London hopes President Vladimir Putin will listen to voices calling for peace amid the Ukraine conflict.

was deftly answering a question on the Russian-Ukraine conflict and Modi told Putin last week on the sidelines of the 22nd meeting of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization in Samarkand, Uzbekistan: “Today’s era is not of war”

“Prime Minister Modi has a powerful, influential voice on the world stage. We know that the Russian leadership respects India’s voice and position on the world stage. I think PM Modi’s intervention Very welcome. And we really hope that Vladimir Putin will listen to the voices that are calling for peace and de-escalation. That’s why we very much welcome Prime Minister Modi’s intervention,” Mr Shrewdly told PTI in an interview.

He also said that there has been a terrible loss of life and property in the conflict in Ukraine.

“Obviously, we have seen the terrible loss of life in the Ukrainian conflict, the loss of both the lives of Ukrainians, but also of young Russian men and women, which is terrifying,” said the Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development, deftly for United Kingdom affairs. said during the high-level United Nations General Assembly session here on Wednesday.

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They underlined that the already existing challenges with respect to food security and those at risk of food insecurity and famine have been exacerbated by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

“We’ve always been very clear that our sanctions don’t target food exports, they don’t target fertilizer exports, they don’t target ammonia exports. But still, the people in the world who are already hungry, Their situation has been made worse than Putin’s invasion of Ukraine. And therefore Prime Minister Modi’s intervention is important and very welcome,” he said.

Cleverly stated that “of course India is an incredibly important and influential country on the world stage. I think with so much turmoil going on in the world, our close partnership and working relationship with India is incredibly important.” ” Amid turbulent global times and humanitarian and geopolitical crises, world leaders gather at UN Headquarters for a high-level week, deftly asserting that the UN is still relevant.

“The world is changing and changing very rapidly in many areas. And it is important that international institutions adapt and evolve to meet those changing challenges and circumstances. And multilateral fora such as the United Nations has always been an important part of our relationship. Will be a part.” He said that bilateral relations are also very important. Meeting counterparts collectively at the UNGA provides a “great opportunity” for truly important bilateral meetings.

Mr Cleverly met with UNGA’s marginalized External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar late Wednesday evening, in New York for the high-level UNGA session.

Earlier in the day, Mr Chaturai said that he is looking forward to meeting his Indian counterpart. Jaishankar “knows us well. He has worked with my predecessors. And I look forward to discussing both global issues, regional issues and our bilateral relations.”

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