PM Modi speaks with Russia’s Putin, calls for safe evacuation of Indians in Ukraine’s Sumy

For the third time for the reason that battle in Ukraine started final month, Prime Minister Narendra Modi Monday spoke to Russian President Vladimir Putin and conveyed to him the significance of the secure evacuation of Indian residents from war-torn nation’s Sumy metropolis on the earliest, official sources stated.

Round 700 Indian college students are stranded in Sumy amid intense preventing between Russian and Ukrainian troops.

In cellphone talks that lasted for 50 minutes, the prime minister additionally appreciated the announcement of the ceasefire and the institution of “humanitarian corridors” in elements of Ukraine, together with in Sumy, by Russia, the sources talked about above stated. Earlier, Russian authorities stated they might start a ceasefire on Monday and open “human corridoritarians” in key Ukrainian cities, together with its capital Kyiv, Kharkiv and Sumy.

Modi additionally urged Putin to carry direct talks with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy along with the continuing negotiations between their groups, the sources stated. The prime minister additionally spoke with the Ukrainian president earlier within the day.

The sources stated the 2 leaders mentioned the evolving state of affairs in Ukraine, including that Putin briefed Modi on the standing of negotiations between Ukrainian and Russian groups.

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