New Delhi | PM Modi Jelenski Talk: PM Modi spoke to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Monday for about 35 minutes. Ukraine’s President Zelensky then said that he had informed Prime Minister Narendra Modi of the need to respond to Russia’s attacks against his country. He said that India has appreciated Ukraine’s commitment to direct peaceful dialogue at the highest level with Moscow. He tweeted in this regard that PM Modi has been informed about Ukraine’s combat with Russian attacks. Zelensky said that India appreciated the assistance of its citizens in times of war. Grateful for the support to the people of Ukraine. Russia should be stopped.
Prime Minister Modi spoke on phone to President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine.The phone call lasted for about 35 minutes. The two leaders discussed the evolving situation in Ukraine. PM appreciated the continuing direct dialogue between Russia & Ukraine: GoI Sources
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second time talking on the phone
PM Modi Jelenski Talk: Let us tell you that this is the second time that Modi and Zelinsky have spoken to each other on the phone after the Ukraine-Russia dispute started. After the completion of talks both times, official information has been given in this regard from both the sides. Let us inform that under ‘Operation Ganga’, India has brought back about 16,000 of its citizens in 76 flights. The campaign was launched on 26 February after Russia’s military offensive against Ukraine began on 24 February.
Still around 700 students are trapped
PM Modi Jelenski Talk: Around 700 Indian students are still trapped in Sumi amid fierce firing between Russian and Ukrainian soldiers. India has requested the authorities of both Russia and Ukraine to create a corridor for the safe evacuation of the students. PM Modi has expressed deep concern about the current conflict situation and the resulting crisis on humanity. Along with this, the need to stop the violence immediately has been told.