Vladimir Putin says he wants to end the war in Ukraine “as soon as possible” during his exchange with Modi.

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday assured Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi that he wanted to end the conflict in Ukraine “soon”, while saying he understood India’s “concerns”.

“Your position on the conflict in Ukraine, your concerns (…) we will do everything to end everything as soon as possible,” Putin told Modi in an interview on the sidelines of the meeting. At the Regional Summit. In Samarkand, Uzbekistan.

“Unfortunately, the opposing side, the leadership of Ukraine, has refused any negotiation process and has indicated that it wants to achieve its goals on the battlefield through military means,” Vladimir Putin said in an exchange broadcast on Russian television. .

The Kremlin chief said relations between India and Russia were “growing” and the two countries had a “privileged partnership”.

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