Ukraine and India Aim to Rejuvenate Pre-War Cooperation Levels

by Cheplyk Roman
Friday, March 29, 2024
Ukraine and India Aim to Rejuvenate Pre-War Cooperation Levels

In a significant diplomatic engagement, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba visited New Delhi, marking his first trip to India since the onset of the full-scale Russian invasion

There, he met with his Indian counterpart, Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, to discuss a range of pivotal issues pertaining to bilateral relations, regional dynamics, and global security concerns.

During their discussions, both ministers emphasized the importance of Ukraine's "peace formula" and deliberated on the next steps for its implementation. A key outcome of their meeting was the mutual agreement to rejuvenate the level of cooperation between Ukraine and India to what it was prior to the war initiated by Russia. Furthermore, they committed to identifying new and promising projects that could elevate the partnership to new heights.

The ministers also co-chaired the review meeting of the Ukrainian-Indian intergovernmental commission, underscoring their dedication to fostering stronger ties and collaboration. This development is a positive step toward enhancing the relationship between the two nations, with a focus on building a resilient and mutually beneficial partnership amidst challenging global circumstances.

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