Amid tensions over Ukraine, India tries to appear neutral
The Times of India Delhi|January 29, 2022
Ties With Both US And Russia Critical For India
Sachin.Parashar

New Delhi: While treading cautiously on the Ukraine crisis, India on Friday backed diplomatic efforts to resolve the situation saying it was closely following the ongoing high-level discussions between Russia and the US.

In its first remarks on the threat of a military flare-up between Russia and Nato forces, the government called for a peaceful resolution of the situation through sustained diplomatic efforts “for long term peace and stability in the region and beyond”.

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