There is a lot that Ukraine needs, – Kuleba named the country with which we have a difficult relationship


There is a lot that Ukraine needs, – Kuleba named the country with which we have difficult relations

Ukrainian diplomats are establishing cooperation with different countries of the world, increasing the number of states supporting us. However, there are still those who are trying to balance and adhere to a kind of neutral position.

Dmitry Kuleba told about this in an interview. He cited India as an example in this situation, which could provide us with a lot of weapons we need for the fight, but does not.

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Dmitry Kuleba said that now Ukraine is having difficult discussions with India at various levels. According to the head of the Foreign Ministry, there are two channels of communication – through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and conversations between the head of the Office of the President Andriy Yermak with the adviser to the Prime Minister of India on national security issues. In addition, there was a telephone conversation between President Volodymyr Zelensky and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Kuleba calls conversations with Indian colleagues friendly, but the biggest irritant in the negotiations is the issue of Russian oil, which New Delhi buys from the aggressor country.

In addition, the Foreign Minister stressed that India has a lot of things that Ukraine needs weapons, but does not want to transfer them to us and takes a low-key position.

As for cooperation with Russia, they buy oil, they conduct training, but some are very serious strategic projects in the sphere of the purchase of Russian weapons and the joint production of Russian weapons are being curtailed. So in India, they continue to balance, but we will gradually work to drag them to the right side of history. – Kuleba stressed.

Pay attention! India still continues to buy Russian oil, but is closely following the sanctions from the European Union. As of December, Russia was India's top oil importer, supplying more than 1 million barrels of crude per day. However, New Delhi says that if the US and the EU consider imposing secondary sanctions, supplies from Russia will be limited.

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