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India becomes center of global diplomacy amid Ukraine-Russia war; Britain, Israel, Russia, China… all the big leaders are running in Delhi

new Delhi: The war between Russia and Ukraine has dragged on for an unexpectedly long time. In such a situation, the era of world-class diplomacy is gaining momentum and India is a big center of this. In the past few weeks, many high-level figures including Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, US Deputy Secretary of State for Political Affairs Victoria Nuland and foreign ministers of Austria and Greece have visited India. In the coming days, along with the Foreign Ministers of Britain and Russia, the Israeli Prime Minister is also going to visit India. Prime Minister Narendra Modi had a long phone conversation with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and Russian President Vladimir Putin as part of peace efforts. However, India has kept itself away from voting on resolutions against Russia in the United Nations (UN). Because of this also the eyes of the world are fixed on India.

British Foreign Minister to visit India on Thursday
British Foreign Minister Elizabeth Truss is scheduled to visit India on 31 March. The Indian Ministry of External Affairs gave this information. However, the ministry statement did not mention the discussion on the Russo-Ukraine war during Truss’s visit. “The visit will serve to deepen our partnership in various fields such as trade and investment, science, technology and innovation, defense and security, climate cooperation, education and digital communication,” the statement said. Apart from this statement, it is not possible that there is no discussion of war between Russia-Ukraine. There is a lot of discussion in Britain that India is constantly keeping distance from the voting being held in the United Nations regarding the Russian attack on Ukraine. This month, British Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab appealed to India and China to pressurize them to participate in the vote. He had said, ‘China is a permanent member of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) and India has also got a temporary membership. India also has to come forward. We need to build diplomatic pressure. Britain is also facing the horrors of the Russo-Ukraine war. There is an influx of Ukrainian refugees here.

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Israeli PM to arrive on April 3
The name of Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett was also included in the list of those visiting India, but he got Covid. Due to this, his visit to India next week has been postponed for the time being, now its new date will be decided. This information was given by the Media Advisor to Prime Minister Bennett. He was scheduled to travel to India between April 3 and 5. “Prime Minister Naftali Bennett’s visit to India has been postponed and a new date will be fixed for it,” the media advisor said. Keep in mind that Israel and India have a deep partnership on every front. Israel hosted a meeting with Arab foreign ministers for the first time. A two-day summit between Israel’s Foreign Minister Yair Lapid and counterparts from the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain, Morocco and Egypt concluded on Sunday in the Negev desert in southern Israel. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken also attended the conference on Monday. Naftali was about to come from his friend India to discuss these activities as well as the Ukraine-Russia war.

During the visit to India, the Chinese Foreign Minister also raised the issue of Ukraine

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi came to India from Pakistan on 25 March. There were no pre-plans for this tour. Wang had gone to Islamabad to attend a meeting of the OEIC, an organization of Muslim countries, and from there suddenly came to India. Here he met Indian External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar and also met Indian National Security Advisor Ajit Doval. Wang Yi presented China’s point of view on the Russia-Ukraine issue and Jaishankar introduced him to India’s thinking about the ongoing war. Both agreed with each other’s point of view. During the conversation, Wanne also said that during the visit that if China and India speak in one voice, then the whole world will listen. If China and India cooperate together, then the whole world will pay attention to it. A look at the India-China border conflict in the mirror of the Russo-Ukraine war reveals the special significance of Wang’s visit. The image of Russia that has been created due to the invasion, China must be taking lessons from it. After all, he too dreams of moving forward on a trespassing policy towards India, which has suffered a major setback in the conflict in Eastern Ladakh.
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Visit of Russian Foreign Minister
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov will be visiting India on March 31 and April 1. During his visit, New Delhi is expected to discuss the payment mechanism for the purchase of oil and military equipment from Moscow. This will be India’s highest-level visit from Russia since Moscow launched a military offensive against Ukraine on February 24. The Russian Foreign Minister had a telephonic conversation with the Indian Foreign Minister on the day of the attack. Lavrov appealed to India for help. Last week, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Andrei Rudenko met Indian Ambassador Pavan Kapoor in Moscow.

India becomes center of global diplomacy amid Russia-Ukraine crisis
It should be noted that in the Russo-Ukraine war, the sound of the Third World War was first heard, but when the US-led military alliance NATO turned its back, it seemed as if Ukraine would soon be devastated and the war would end as soon as Russia was captured. Will go However, speculation has been dashed. It is a matter of relief that the fear of the Third World War seems to be averted but it is also sad that the month has passed and the war continues even today. In the process of building a new world order, India has emerged as a new center of diplomacy. Whether it is a powerful western country or a cunning neighbor China, everyone is well aware of the importance of India. This is the reason why the world is looking at India with hopeful eyes regarding the Russo-Ukraine war. Highly eminent leaders of some major countries are visiting India in this connection.