In the United Nations, India reiterated its call for an immediate end to the conflict in Ukraine, saying - the problem cannot be solved by shedding blood

In the United Nations, India reiterated its call for an immediate end to the conflict in Ukraine, saying – the problem cannot be solved by shedding blood

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In the United Nations Security Council, India has once again called for an immediate end to the military action by Russia in Ukraine. India said that no problem can be solved by shedding blood and at the cost of innocent lives.

New York, ANI: India’s Deputy Permanent Representative to the United Nations, R Ravindra has reiterated India’s call for an immediate end to the military action by Russia. He made this remark at the Arria-Formula meeting of the Security Council on Ukraine. He said India was deeply concerned at the deteriorating situation in Ukraine and called for an immediate end to the violence and hostilities.

conflict is not the solution to the problem

Representing India in the UN Security Council, Ravindra said that no problem can be solved by shedding blood and at the cost of innocent lives. Reiterating India’s call, he said that “we have emphasized the need to follow the path of diplomacy and dialogue from the very beginning of the conflict.” We have categorically condemned the alleged killings in Buka and have withdrawn our support for calling for an independent investigation.

India Human Rights Party

The Deputy Permanent Representative of India also welcomed the ongoing visit of the UN Secretary General to Moscow and Kyiv. “We welcome the ongoing visit of the UN Secretary-General to the region, including in Moscow and Kyiv,” he said. It has also taken positive cognizance of the discussion on humanitarian corridors in Ukraine. He said that India has been at the forefront of protecting human rights since its inception, including drafting the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. We strongly believe that all decisions should be taken respecting due process.

Need to work together on Ukraine

Ravindra also highlighted that India is not a party to the Rome Statute. He stressed that the global order should be based on international law, the United Nations Charter and respect for the territorial integrity and sovereignty of the state. It is in our collective interest to work constructively within and outside the United Nations towards the resolution of the conflict in Ukraine.

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