Today president of Ukraine H. E. Mr. Volodymyr Zelenskyy and Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi spoke on the phone.
The Ukrainian president expressed his support for India’s G20 presidency. The Prime Minister outlined India’s G20 presidential priorities, which included voicing developing countries’ concerns about issues like food and energy security.
Opportunities for enhancing bilateral cooperation were discussed by the two leaders. The Indian students who had to return from Ukraine earlier this year were asked by the prime minister to make arrangements for their continued education.
The leaders discussed the ongoing Ukrainian conflict also. In order to discover a long-lasting resolution to their differences, Prime Minister Modi vehemently reaffirmed his call for an immediate end to hostilities and advised both sides to resume dialogue and diplomacy. The Prime Minister also assured India that it would continue to support the damaged civilian population with humanitarian aid and expressed its support for any peace efforts.