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Russia-Ukraine War Live Update: Next negotiations begin in Belarus; Prime Minister Modi speaks to Putin and asks for safe evacuation of Indians from Smy: Tribune India

Tribunnews service

Sandeep Dikshit

March 7, New Delhi

Delegations from Russia and Ukraine have begun negotiations for the third round in Belarus, Interfax news agency reported Monday on the 12th day of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Meanwhile, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi called on Russian President Vladimir Putin to meet directly with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, who spoke earlier that day.

A common issue between the Prime Minister and the two presidents was the safety and security of the remaining Indian students in Ukraine, emphasizing the need for their prompt and safe evacuation.

The Russian president has guaranteed as much cooperation as possible in this regard, official sources said.

A conversation between the Prime Minister and the two protagonists allows Russia to propose a ceasefire around a Ukrainian city and safely evacuate civilians, including 600 Indian students trapped in the city of Smy with the same number of Africans in the past. It is done when you set it to. 11th.

Putin explained to Prime Minister Modi that the humanitarian situation in Ukraine is becoming more and more desperate as Ukrainian and Russian negotiators are preparing to enter into the third round of negotiations.

In a second conversation between Modi and Putin since Russia began the war on February 24, the Prime Minister will also set fire in Kiif, Kharkov, Smy and Mariupol to open a humanitarian corridor. I highly appreciated the announcement of the Russian army.

In a meeting with Zelensky, the Prime Minister thanked the Ukrainian authorities for facilitating the evacuation of more than 20,000 Indians and expressed deep concern about the safety and security of the remaining Indian students, promptly and safely. He emphasized the need for evacuation.

“He repeated his call for an immediate end to violence, stating that India has always supported a peaceful resolution of the matter and a direct dialogue between the parties,” the official statement said.

Prime Minister Modi will also be the latest global leader in calling for peace between Russia and Ukraine, following complaints from Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, French President Emmanuel Macron, and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. ..

PTI adds: Modi’s conversation with the two presidents whose country is at war occurs when India’s efforts to evacuate all its citizens from Ukraine have entered a crucial stage.

A team of Indian diplomats was stationed in central Ukraine and a bus was requested. Ukrainians have shown that they facilitate the evacuation of students from the western part of the country.

The Embassy of India in Ukraine has already advised students to prepare for their departure soon.

Due to the closure of Ukrainian airspace, evacuation is taking place across national borders.

The Indian Embassy is also trying to confirm the exact number of Smy citizens. We are asking everyone who has not yet left the conflict zone in Ukraine to “urgently” fill out a form with personal information and location to facilitate evacuation.

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