Ukrainian Deputy Foreign Minister Eminey Japarova, currently in India for a four-day visit, sent a letter from President Volodymyr Zelensky to Prime Minister Narendra Modi asking for support to bring more to Russia.
According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Dzhaparova sent the letter to Minister Meenakshi Lekhi when she met with Minister Meenakshi Lekhi on Tuesday. The foreign ministry said President Zelensky has asked India to provide more humanitarian aid to Ukrainians, who are in the worst situation since the war ended last year.
Ukraine wants President Zelensky to join the G20
Ukraine also wants President Zelensky to attend the G20 meeting scheduled for September 20 this year. However, there is still no agreement on this by India.
Speaking at a meeting in New Delhi earlier Tuesday, the Ukrainian leader talked about how India can play a greater role in ending the conflict.
Calling India “Vishwaguru”, Dzhaparova said that New Delhi must continue to support the warring country if it wants to become a global player.
“I’m here to share a very important message that Ukraine really wants India and Ukraine to get closer. In a good sense, it’s time to restart Indo-Ukrainian relations,” he said. “Why should the world care” campaign presented by ICWA. The “India should learn from Crimea” layer in Crimea teaches New Delhi a lesson.
The health minister said that India’s relations with China and Pakistan are also difficult, and that the situation in Crimea has taught India a lesson.
He said, “Ukraine really wants India to get closer to it. We have a different page in history, but now Ukraine has gained its independence. Now we can become the only education, not a commodity.”