Is Prime Minister Narendra Modi trying to bring President of Russia Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian leader Volodomar Zylnskyy to hold direct talks to end the crisis due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine?
Going by the events of the day it seems to be true. Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke with both Putin and Zelenskyy on the telephone at the gap of a few hours during the day.
The Ukrainian leader has asked Modi to put pressure on Putin to end the war by announcing a ceasefire. It's significant to know that Modi has spoken to Putin three times and to Zelnskyy twice ever since the war broke out between two countries.
The Russian embassy in India said: At the request of the Prime Minister of India, Vladimir Putin outlined his assessments of the course of negotiations between the Russian delegation and the Ukrainian representatives, the third round of which is scheduled to be held today, March 7.
Russian President Vladimir Putin had a telephone conversation with Prime Minister and they continued to discuss the situation around special military operations in Donbass, including the evacuation of the Indian citizens from Ukraine.
Earlier in the day, he spoke with the Ukrainian leader about the conditions in his country and especially the progress made in the talks between the two neighbours. The earlier foreign minister of Ukraine Ordinary Indians can put pressure on the Russian Embassy in India to demand from them to stop the war.
“Ukraine is fighting only because we were attacked and we have to defend our land because Putin does not recognize our right to exist.” Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Banette flew into Moscow to speak with Putting on ending the war. It may be mentioned that the Ukrainian President is a Jew and he had asked for military support from Israel.
However, like India, Israel is giving sending humanitarian aid to Ukraine and has not responded the Zelenskyy’s request for arms to fight the Russians.