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Working On Providing Safe Passage To Indians From Conflict Zones In Ukraine: Russia

Working fast on creating a corridor and a safer world for Indians: Russian Ambassador

New Delhi:

Russia on Wednesday said it was working “urgently” to create a “human corridor” for a safe passage to the Russian-occupied Indian territory trapped in Kharkiv, Sumy and other conflict zones in Ukraine.

At a press conference, Russian Foreign Minister Denis Alipov said that Russia is in contact with India on the issue of Indian security and that a safe world will be in place “as soon as possible.

“We are working rapidly on creating a corridor and a safer world for Indians trapped in many conflict zones in Ukraine,” he said.

He said Russia was working on ways and means to provide a safe haven for Indians for their safe passage to Russian territory from conflict zones in Ukraine.

To a question, Mr Alipov said he “saw no obstacle” in the supply of S-400 missile programs to India due to Western sanctions against Russia following the Ukraine crisis.

India has received an “unfair” status based on the status quo in Ukraine not because it is based on Russian arms, he added.

“We coordinated our positions at the UN and informed India about our approach,” he said.

Alipov added: “We have done everything possible to keep India updated on what is happening.”

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