Jaishankar made a stop in New York on Thursday, en route to Latin America for a four-country tour. He told reporters that his meeting with Guterres focused on the situation in Sudan. They also discussed the crisis in Ukraine and India’s G20 presidency.
Guterres called for an end to the conflict in Sudan for “at least three days” on Eid-al-Fitr. The end of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan. He said they agreed with all parties and believed an agreement was possible. Guterres added that the suspension would “allow people living in conflict zones to run and find medical care, food and other essentials”.
Since the violent clashes last week. India has been in contact with key countries in the region such as Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE). International powers such as the United States to explore ways to maintain security. More than 2,500 Indians live in the East African country.
Sources close to the matter said Prime Minister Narendra Modi will chair a meeting on Friday to review the situation of Indians in Sudan.
“The United Nations is at the center of ceasefire efforts in Sudan, which is very important. Because it is no longer safe for people to go out unless there is a ceasefire, there is a way out,” Jaishankar said in a meeting with Guterres. then he said
The goal is really to get the diplomatic process to produce the desired results. The desired results are a practical, visible conflict on the ground.
Then take the next step, how to create a movement route, mobility options and assembly points. They said, “New Delhi has a contingency plan in place to ensure the safety of the Indians. They have killed more than 300 people so far: forcing thousands to flee the city of Khartoum. A Native American in the conflict.