Russia-Ukraine War

America Bluntly to Countries that do not Speak Against Russia

America bluntly to countries that do not speak against Russia

US President Joe Biden has also expressed his anger towards countries that are not with America against the attack on Ukraine or are supporting Russia. Addressing a press conference at the White House on Thursday, he said that countries that are not speaking out against Russia’s open aggression and starting an unfair war in Ukraine are a blot on them.

“Any nation that supports Russia’s open aggression against Ukraine is a stigma,” he said. When the history of the region is written, Putin’s decision of a completely unfair war on Ukraine would have left Russia weak and the rest of the countries strong.

Russia-Ukraine War: What will India do in UNSC voting today? Difficult to choose one in US-Russia

The United Nations Security Council is going to vote on the issue of Ukraine today. It is believed that Russia will use the veto and will not allow any resolution against itself to be passed. But the US will ask all member states to vote against Russia so that Russia can be isolated on an international platform.

On Friday, the United Nations Security Council is going to vote on a resolution to condemn and end the Russian attack on Ukraine. Russia is also one of the five permanent members of the Security Council. It is being said that Russia will veto the proposal and will prevent any resolution against itself from being passed. India is also one of the 15 non-permanent members of the Security Council. Doubts remain about what stand India will take during voting.

Meanwhile, US President Joe Biden has warned Russia that he will ensure that Russia is isolated on the international stage. America will try its best to have at least 13 votes against Russia in the Security Council. There are speculations that China will not participate in the voting.

America and the West are angry about India’s neutral stance on Ukraine and American officials are talking to their counterparts and talking about support. In such a situation, the pressure on India is increasing.

India has so far neither criticized Russia for the Russian attack on Ukraine nor has it stood on Russia’s side. Many big countries have linked the Russian attack to the sovereignty of Ukraine but India has not said anything in this regard so far.

Experts say that India is caught in a big religious crisis regarding Ukraine. On one hand, its old strategic partner is Russia, and on the other hand America, with which India’s ties have been strengthened in recent decades. India needs America’s cooperation even in the midst of China’s increasing aggression.

What will be India’s stand in the Security Council today?

All eyes are on which side India will sit in the Security Council today. G Parthasarathy, who has been India’s ambassador to many countries including Pakistan, said in a conversation with the news agency PTI that it is going to be very difficult for the Indian government.

He said, ‘I believe that this will be voted on in the United Nations Security Council. Now it will be interesting to see whether India votes in opposition or stays out of voting. He said that we need to be balanced on this issue. Taking the name of China, he said, ‘We have to see how other countries give their opinion on this issue.

China is still taking precautions. So we need to see what other people are saying. Like China, Saudi Arabia, which is considered an ally of Russia, has not criticized Russia on the issue of Ukraine at the moment. Saudi has insisted on a diplomatic solution to the problem, appealing to both sides to reduce tension. Russia and Saudi Arabia are the largest oil-producing countries in the world. Due to the war, there has been a huge jump in oil prices, which is benefiting Saudi Arabia.

Former diplomat Parthasarathy further said that Russia has sided with India on many historical occasions and it is a fact that Russia is a very old and trusted friend of India. At the same time, the former diplomat also said that Western countries are also not milk-washed on global issues, but together these countries have pushed Russia to the corner through NATO.

India is in touch with both America and Russia India is in talks with both Russia and the US regarding the Ukraine war. On Thursday, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to Russian President Vladimir Putin and raised the issue of Indians trapped in Ukraine. He urged Putin to resolve the issue and end violence through talks with NATO countries.

Here, India’s Foreign Minister S Jaishankar has also spoken to US Foreign Minister Antony Blinken regarding the Ukraine war. Blinken said during the conversation that there was an urgent need for a collective response to criticize the Russian attack, to withdraw Russian troops from Ukraine, and to end the war.

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