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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a meeting with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy in New Delhi on Thursday and called the war between Ukraine and Russia an issue of humanity.

At the meeting, the Prime Minister said Indian people are “fully committed” to peace and justice in Ukraine. “India stands in solidarity with Ukraine in the current situation,” he added.

The Prime Minister said the war in Ukraine is not merely a matter between two countries, but an issue of humanity. He said India will continue to support Ukraine in its struggle for peace and stability.

“I express my solidarity with the people of Ukraine in their efforts for peace, sovereignty and territorial integrity. India deeply values its long-standing strategic partnership with Ukraine. We are keen to further intensify our cooperation in key areas of defence, trade and investment, agriculture, science and technology, renewable energy and people-to-people exchanges,” he said.

Prime Minister Modi also welcomed foreign direct investments from Ukraine and India’s support in the development of the country’s agricultural sector. He also invited Ukrainian firms to come and invest in India.

The two leaders also discussed ways to strengthen cooperation in sectors such as trade, agriculture, healthcare, technology and others. The meeting was seen as an opportunity for India and Ukraine to deepen their ties in various areas.