PM modi's Statement in Putin's SCO: Macron says, 'Modi is correct,' and the US welcomes the 'just statement'

Paris: World leaders praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi's message to Russian President Vladimir Putin during a meeting on the sidelines of the SCO summit in Uzbekistan on Tuesday.

At the UN General Assembly on Tuesday, French President Emmanuel Macron told world leaders that Prime Minister Modi was right when he told Russian President Vladimir Putin that now is not the time for war. The White House echoed a similar sentiment, saying that Modi's message to Putin was "a statement of principle" that he believed is true and just, and was "very welcomed" by the US.

Modi told Putin on the sidelines of the 22nd meeting of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization in Samarkand, Uzbekistan last week that "today's era is not of war". Emphasized the importance of dialogue.

"Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was right when he said that now is not the time for war." It is not for vengeance against the West or to pit the West against the East. "It is time for our common sovereign states to work together to address the challenges we face," Macron said on Tuesday, addressing the general debate of the 77th session of the UN General Assembly.

"That is why there is an urgent need to develop a new contract between the North and the South, one that is effective and respectful of food, biodiversity and education." It is no longer appropriate to think in terms of blocs, but to form a coalition of specific actions to reconcile legitimate interests and common goods."

Meanwhile, on the sidelines of the UNGA summit, Macron met External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar. "Thank you, President."

French President Emmanuel Macron hosted a high-level cross-regional grouping in New York today. The conflict in Ukraine and its effects on the Global South were the main topics of conversation. According to Jaishankar's post on Twitter after the meeting, the importance of G-20 in these difficult times was also discussed.

Putin had informed Modi in Samarkand that he was "aware of his position on the conflict in Ukraine and the concerns you continue to express." ,

“We will do our best to stop it as soon as possible. Unfortunately, the opposing side – the Ukrainian leadership – announced that it was leaving the talks and stated that it wanted to pursue its objectives militarily, or as That they say, "On the battlefield." Still, we'll always tell you what's going on there," Putin said.

Macron expressed optimism that the international community can commit to reforming the UN Security Council "so that it is more representative, welcomes new permanent members, and is able to play its full role," at the UNGA session on Tuesday. In.

The French president said that "there are countries that have chosen a form of neutrality in the face of this war" in his speech on the first day of the general debate. They are not non-aligned as they claim to be. They are making a historical mistake.

Fighting for peace is central to the struggle of the Non-Aligned Movement. He fought for territorial integrity, state sovereignty and world peace. There is no chance for peace in this situation if those who remain silent today support a cause of new imperialism, a new system that is crushing the already existing system."

Although Russia is currently striving to maintain a double standard, the conflict in Ukraine should not be one that leaves anyone unaffected," Obama said.

At a White House press conference, US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan, responding to a question from reporters about Modi's comments, said he was "a statement of principle on behalf of what he believes to be right and just (and) Yes, it was very well received by the US)."

He praised the Indian leadership's statement to Russia that the time had come to end the war, noting that Delhi and Moscow had a history of cooperation. And the way this conflict should end is that Russia must uphold the basic principles of the UN Charter and return the territories it has angrily occupied. Sullivan said that no matter how they feel about Russia, Ukraine or the US, every country "should be able to center around this core proposition."

"You can't use force to annex your neighbor's land. If Russia abandons that effort, then peace will come quickly and decisively in Ukraine. And we hope that every country in the world is at that point." If they choose to do it in public, they can. If they want, they can do it in private. The most important thing at the moment is that crystal-clear, unmistakable message to Moscow. I believe we can work together to bring peace to that region." to continue.

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