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Putin loses yet another ally as India rebukes Russian leader over war

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi appears to have immediately rebuffed Putin’s unprovoked invasion of Ukraine, telling the Russian President now isn’t the time for battle. Talking at a gathering in Uzbekistan, the Indian Prime Minister brazenly criticised Russia’s battle on Ukraine and expressed his disapproval of Putin’s operations. Mr Modi added the best way ahead within the battle is peace, rebuking Putin for waging the battle.

A CNN information anchor launched his information phase, saying: “The chief of one in all Russia’s most essential buying and selling companions has brazenly rebuked Vladimir Putin over the battle in Ukraine. 

“Throughout a televised assembly in Uzbekistan, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi mentioned: ‘Now isn’t the time for battle.’

“It is the most recent signal that even nations with sturdy ties with Moscow are questioning the invasion.”

CNN later performed a clip of the assembly, with Narendra Modi telling Putin: “It’s not an period of battle. 

“And I’ve spoken to you a lot instances over the cellphone on this difficulty that democracy, diplomacy and dialogue are all of the issues that make it clear to the world that within the coming days, how can we transfer on the trail of peace.”

India had to this point remained impartial and never explictly expressed its views on Putin’s invasion of Ukraine.

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