World leaders call for ‘permanent peace’ by stopping Russian aggression in Ukraine

At the G-7 summit, world leaders called for a ‘lasting peace’ by stopping Russian aggression in Ukraine. They condemned Russia’s attack on Ukraine as a ‘brutal war’ and considered it a serious violation of international law. News from The Guardian

In a statement, world leaders called for permanent peace. It also asked Ukraine to consider providing financial, humanitarian and temporal assistance.

Meanwhile, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a meeting with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky at the G-7 summit.

After the meeting, Narendra Modi said, “This ongoing war in Ukraine is not only a matter of economics or politics, it is a humanitarian issue.”

He said, ‘The war in Ukraine is one of the crises in the world now. I don’t think of it as just an economic or political crisis. In my opinion, it is also a matter of humanity. The Government of India and I will do our best to stop the war in Ukraine.’

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