India’s G20 Presidency to elevate developing nations: Prime Minister Modi

Dec 27: Prime Minister Narendra Modi had a telephone conversation on Monday with his Excellency Volodymyr Zelenskyy, President of Ukraine.
Zelenskyy conveyed his best wishes for India’s Presidency of the G20. The Prime Minister explained the main priorities of India’s G20 Presidency, including giving a voice to the concerns of developing nations on issues like food and energy security.
The two leaders discussed opportunities for strengthening bilateral cooperation. The Prime Minister requested that Ukraine’s authorities facilitate arrangements for the continued education of Indian students who had to return from Ukraine earlier this year.
The leaders also exchanged views about the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. The Prime Minister strongly reiterated his call for an immediate cessation of hostilities and said that both sides should revert to dialogue and diplomacy to find a lasting solution to their differences. The Prime Minister also conveyed India’s support for any peace efforts and assured India’s commitment to continue providing humanitarian assistance for the affected civilian population.

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