India And US Agree To Disagree Over The War In Ukraine

US president Joe Biden and Indian prime minister Narendra Modi have agreed to disagree over Ukraine, as New Delhi wants to remain neutral.

India is part of B.R.I.C.S. (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa) economic union, and so will not directly decry Moscow for it's invasion of Ukraine and the surfacing war crimes in Bucha and Kramatorsk.

That being said, India has said that it wishes for diplomatic action to be taken to resolve the war in Ukraine rather than the world plunging into WW3.

It's clear from the conversations exchanged by Modi and Biden that both world leaders understand each other's counties views on the War in Ukraine, despite continued US and NATO pressure on the Subcontinent to disavow it's B.R.I.C.S. membership which is seemingly the reason why New Delhi is so hesitant to denounce Putin and Belarus openly.

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