UNSC Meet: India Calls For ‘Immediate End To All Hostilities In Ukraine’
United Nations: India called for direct contacts and negotiations between Russia and Ukraine on Monday to end the hostilities between the two nations and said New Delhi has been and will continue to stay in touch with both Moscow and Kyiv.
According to India’s Deputy Permanent Representative to the UN Ambassador R Ravindra, India continues to underline the need to respect the UN Charter, international law and the states’ sovereignty and territorial integrity.
“India has been consistent in calling for an immediate end to all hostilities in Ukraine. Our Prime Minister has repeatedly called for an urgent ceasefire and that there is no other path left but of dialogue and diplomacy,” Ravindra was quoted as saying by news agency PTI.
According to Ravindra, India calls for direct contacts and negotiations with a view to cease hostilities.
“India has been in touch with both the Russian Federation and Ukraine and will continue to remain engaged. We continue to underline the need to respect the UN Charter, international law and the sovereignty and territorial integrity of states,” he said.