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Modi meets with Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte to discuss the situation in Ukraine

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            9th March, New Delhi Prime Minister Narendra Modi met with his Dutch colleague Mark Rutte on Wednesday and addressed the current situation in the war-torn country of Ukraine, according to the Ministry of External Affairs.

The two presidents reviewed the current situation in Ukraine and expressed their worry about the country’s humanitarian condition.

“India’s repeated demand for halt of hostilities and a return to the road of conversation and diplomacy was underlined by PM Modi, who also welcomed continuing negotiations between Russia and Ukraine and hoped for an early settlement”, the statement said.

Modi briefed Rutte on the status of the evacuation of Indian people from crisis zones, as well as India’s aid in the form of emergency relief supplies, including medications for impacted communities.

He also remembered his virtual summit with Prime Minister Rutte in April 2021 and conveyed his wish to see him in India as soon as, according to the report.

Since the commencement of the war between Russia and Ukraine, Prime Minister Modi has talked to the presidents of both countries, urging them to engage in negotiations to find a peaceful conclusion.

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