PM Modi has spoken to Ukraine President Zelensky on such an occasion when it has been 12 days since this war started. Meanwhile, Russia has attacked many cities of Ukraine today. At the same time, more than 700 Indian students are stranded in Sumi city of Ukraine.
Big news is coming from diplomatic corridors on Russia and Ukraine war. According to information received from top sources of the government, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has spoken to the President of Ukraine President Zelensky this morning in the midst of the Russo-Ukraine war.
There was a phone conversation between the two heads of state for 35 minutes at around 11.30.
PM Modi and President Zelensky discussed
the situation of war that arose in Ukraine and considered its different dimensions. According to information received from sources, Prime Minister Modi appreciated the ongoing direct talks between Russia and Ukraine. Prime Minister Modi thanked Ukraine President Zelensky for the assistance provided by the Ukrainian government in the evacuation of Indian citizens from Ukraine.
Prime Minister Modi sought the support of the Ukrainian government to evacuate Indian citizens from Nesumi. PM Modi will talk to Russian President Putin at 1:30 in the afternoon. Let us tell you that India’s concern is to rescue its citizens trapped in Sumi city of Ukraine. Meanwhile, President Putin has declared a ceasefire in Nekiv, Sumy, Kharkiv and Mariupol.
Announcement of ceasefire in four cities
Meanwhile, there is big news from the war zone. Russia has announced ceasefire in four areas amid talks between PM Modi and Russian President Putin. This will also give relief to the Indian students trapped in Ukraine and they can be removed from the war zone quickly.
The special thing is that the four areas of Ukraine in which Russia has declared a ceasefire include Mariupol, Kharkiv and Sumi along with the capital Kyiv. Let us tell you that Sumi is the only city where 700 medical students are trapped. This area is most affected by the war. Here many students are trapped in the bunker.
Till now there was so much firing that the students were not getting a chance to leave here.