Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to speak to Russian President Vladimir Putin shortly

Surging anxieties in Ukraine after Russian troops waged conflict, arising in enormous shock and evacuation hustles. Foreign Secretary of India Harsh V Shringla told that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is slated to talk to Russian President Vladimir Putin soon.

Talking at a press briefing in New Delhi, Shringla notified that at the Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS) conference, PM Modi has asserted that the topmost preference of the administration is the security and safety of Indian citizens encompassing students in Ukraine.

Ahead today, PM Modi also joined Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman and additional officials encompassing Home Minster Amit Shah and Defence Minister Rajnath Singh to examine the financial effect of Russia-Ukraine crisis and mean to mitigate the consequence of surging crude oil rates.

Shringla moreover expanded that a number of steps have been taken to impose with the arising circumstance in Ukraine.

He furthermore conscious that the circumstance on the surface is hard and is quickly evolving expanding that 4,000 Indian nationals have already evacuated Ukraine in the past few days.




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