Ukraine war is worrying for humanity, not politics or economy, PM Modi also told China in G7
PM Modi also called for a united voice against unilateral attempts to change the status quo. These comments of the Prime Minister have come in the wake of Russia’s war in Ukraine and the ongoing border dispute with China in eastern Ladakh. On this occasion, Modi also remembered Gautam Buddha and said that there is no such problem in the modern era, the solution of which is not found in his teachings. In his address, the Prime Minister also referred to the talks held with the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky on Saturday.
‘India will do what it can’
He said, ‘Today we heard President Zelensky. I met him yesterday also. I do not consider the current situation as an issue of politics or economy. I believe it is an issue of humanity, human values. Modi said, ‘We have said from the beginning that dialogue and diplomacy are the only way to a solution. And we will try as much as possible to resolve this situation. India will do what it can do.
‘Developing countries are most affected’
The Prime Minister said that India has always believed that any tension, any dispute should be resolved peacefully through dialogue. He said that in the current global situation, the biggest impact of the crisis of food, fuel and fertilizer is being felt in the developing countries. Modi said, ‘Global peace, stability and prosperity is our common objective. In today’s interconnected world, tension in any region affects all countries and developing countries with limited resources are the most affected.’
PM Modi in Japan
The Prime Minister said, “Due to the current global situation, developing countries are suffering the most due to the food, fuel and fertilizer crisis.” Modi arrived in Hiroshima on Friday to attend three sessions of the G7 summit following an invitation from his Japanese counterpart Fumio Kishida. The G7 countries include Japan, the US, the UK, France, Germany, Canada, Italy and the European Union (EU).