India and China commented on the attacks on Ukraine

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India and China comment on strikes on Ukraine

Beijing and New Delhi , who refrain from criticizing Moscow, called for a de-escalation of the conflict and dialogue.

India and China have called for de-escalation and dialogue following Russian missile strikes on Ukraine on 10 October. Statements by representatives of the foreign ministries of the countries are quoted by The New York Times.

So, the press secretary of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mao Ning, noted at a briefing that “all countries deserve respect for their sovereignty and territorial integrity.”

“Support must be given to all efforts that contribute to a peaceful resolution of the crisis,” the diplomat said.

Indian Foreign Ministry spokesman Arindam Bagchi stressed that New Delhi would offer support in efforts to end hostilities.

“India is deeply concerned about the escalation of the conflict in Ukraine, including attacks on infrastructure and the death of civilians,” he said.

According to the NYT, the war in Ukraine has dragged on and the ongoing Russian President Vladimir Putin's aggression has put his remaining allies in a difficult position.

“China and India are increasingly seeking to distance themselves from the Russian leader, despite having previously avoided direct condemnation of his invading iya to Ukraine and continued to cooperate with Moscow economically, especially by buying more Russian oil, as Europe took measures to reduce its imports.

launched a massive missile attack on the cities of Ukraine.

According to the latest data, infrastructure facilities in 12 regions and Kyiv were damaged, 19 people died and 105 were injured.

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