India wants Russia stop recruitment as two Indians killed in Ukraine

 

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NEW DELHI: India has strongly demanded from Russia to stop the recruitment of Indians in the Russian Army for the Ukraine conflict, a statement from India’s Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) says. The statement came after reports of two more Indians killed in the long raging conflict. Earlier, two other Indians were killed in Ukraine.

The MEA statement posted on its site on June 11, 2024, pays condolence to the families of the deceased. It says, ” India has also demanded that there be a verified stop to any further recruitment of our nationals by the Russian Army. Such activities would not be in consonance with our partnership.

We also urge Indian nationals to exercise caution while seeking employment opportunities in Russia.”

MEA Statement

 

By SAT News Desk

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