When asked about the relationship between India and Russia, Jaishankar said that…

S. Jaishankar, Foreign Minister.  India TV Hindi.

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S. Jaishankar, Foreign Minister.

During the United Nations General Assembly, India’s Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar has made a big statement regarding relations with Russia. Amid the Russia-Ukraine war and the rapid changes and turmoil in global relations, S Jaishankar said India-Russia ties are ‘very, very stable’ and there is a need to ensure that ties remain so. .

He said that if you look at the world politics of the last 70 years, there have been major ups and downs in almost every relationship between America, Russia, Russia, China, Europe and Russia. The relationship has had its ups and downs, but India-Russia ties have actually been very, very stable. Speaking at a Council on Foreign Relations meeting, Jaishankar said on Tuesday that the war in Ukraine in February 2022 has had “such a serious impact” on Russia’s relations with Europe and the West that it is now actually a matter of Asia and There is a threat to the world. Reaching out to other parts.

India and Russia are the superpowers of the Asian peninsula.

S. Jaishankar said that the relations between India and Russia are indeed very stable. He said that the relations between the two countries have been there since the Soviet era and post-Soviet era. After addressing the 78th session of the United Nations General Assembly, Jaishankar said, “I think there is an understanding in both countries that we have some kind of structural basis to come together as the great powers of the Asian continent. ” That is why we are very careful to ensure that the relationship continues.” has happened

Russia is more oriented towards Asia than Europe.

“After 2022, Russia’s relations with Europe and the West have been so severely affected that it is now actually a threat to Asia and the Pacific,” the foreign minister said, referring to US-led sanctions on Russia for its invasion of Ukraine. . It’s turning to other parts of the world but mainly to Asia because there’s a lot of economic activity there and it’s also an Asian power, although it hasn’t always seen itself primarily that way,” he said. said My guess is that Russia will try hard to build alternative relationships, most of which will be in Asia. This will be seen in economics and trade, possibly in other areas. “I know that Russia and China will have a special place in this, but I would also say that our own relationship with Russia will be very important,” Jaishankar said. have been since the 50s.

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