Top Russian, US and British officials heading for Delhi amid Ukarain war

New Delhi: NSA Ajit Doval in a meeting emphasized India’s “coherent” approach to peaceful dispute resolution in accordance with international law and India’s commitment to the UN Charter and principles of respect for territorial integrity and sovereignty of all states. With his German counterpart Jens Plotner on Wednesday.

The meeting, in which both sides discussed the situation in Ukraine, took place before the arrival in India of Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov. The government officially announced on Wednesday the visit of Lavrov, who is expected to hold talks with his counterpart of him S Jaishankar on Friday. Foreign Minister S Jaishankar informed Parliament last week that the Charter of the United Nations, international law and respect for sovereignty and territorial integrity are among the principles on which the policy of the India to Ukraine.

UK Foreign Secretary Elizabeth Truss and US NSA Deputy Dalip Singh will also discuss concerns over Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in Delhi on Wednesday. The German NSA was quoted as saying that Germany hoped that no allied country would act to ease sanctions imposed by the European Union on Russia.

“India and Germany discussed bilateral issues as well as important global developments, including in their respective regions,” a source said.

The visit by the German foreign policy and security adviser comes at a time when several other high-level foreign dignitaries are visiting India for consultations on ongoing bilateral, regional and multilateral issues.

“During today’s talks, the two sides reaffirmed the strength and flexibility of the strategic partnership between the two countries and the potential for mutual benefit. They agreed that the upcoming Sixth Intergovernmental Consultations would provide an opportunity for the leadership of both sides to enhance and enhance the bilateral partnership,” the source said, adding that Doval and his German counterpart also discussed recent developments in their respective regions. discussed and both parties agreed to compromise on issues of mutual interest.

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