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Ukraine crisis could be 'wake-up' call for Europe to also look at developments in Asia: Jaishankar

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 26 April 2022
External affairs minister S Jaishankar on Tuesday countered criticism of India's position on Ukraine, saying the Western powers have been oblivious to the pressing challenges facing Asia including last year's events in Afghanistan. "Things have been happening in Asia for the last 10 years. Europe may not have looked at it. So this could be a wake-up call for Europe to also look at Asia," he said.
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