Russian Envoy Nikolay Kudashev on April 14 said that India and Russia ties remain equal, solid, comprehensive, coherent and forward looking despite any global turbulence. "Our ties remain equal, solid, comprehensive, coherent and forward looking despite any global turbulence. They're based on universal principles of interstate relations, international law, UN's Charter and respect of other interests," he said. "They're based on universal principles of interstate relations, international law, UN's Charter and respect of other interests," he said. "It was considerable step in terms of preparation for further highest level exchanges, including planned visit of Russian President Vladimir Putin to India in 2nd half of this yr," said Ambassador Kudashev on Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov's India visit. Russian Ambassador Kudashev said "In Defence, Russia remains the leading Indian partner. Internationally, we are on the same page with regards to the issues of promoting strategic stability and international security." "We stand strong in supporting the central role of the United Nations and we expand our coordination during the current Indian non-permanent membership in the Security Council," he added.
Former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley said she would back her onetime boss, former President Donald Trump, if he decides to run for the Republican Party’s presidential nomination again in 2024 and not mount a bid against him. Punch Bowl News founder Anna Palmer tells CNN why she thinks this might be.
La Organización de las Naciones Unidas se pronunció sobre el financiamiento del programa de armas de Corea del Norte. Un panel de expertos de la ONU informó que Corea del Norte financia armamento con más de US$ 300 millones en criptomonedas robadas. Mira el video para más información.
Congress Member of Parliament Shashi Tharoor has defended the British Parliament for discussing the agricultural reforms in India. ‘Just as we, in India, can discuss say the Palestine-Israel issue as we've done in the past or we can discuss if we so choose any other domestic issue of a foreign country, British parliament has the same right,’ Tharoor said. India had earlier summoned British High Commissioner over the issue. ‘Foreign Secretary made it clear that this represented a gross interference in the politics of another democratic country,’ a statement from the MEA said. Watch the full video for all the details.
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While speaking to ANI in the national capital on March 10, Lok Sabha Congress MP, Shashi Tharoor spoke on the discussion that took place in UK Parliament on farm laws. Tharoor said, "Just as we, in India, can discuss say Palestine issue as we have done or can discuss if we so choose any other domestic issue of a foreign country, the British Parliament has the same right." "I don't blame the Government of India for doing its job, for speaking up for its point of view. But we must recognise there is another point of view and that people in democracies, elected representatives are free to air their point of view on this," Shashi added. "I don't think there is something so surprising. We should just take it as a normal give and take that happens between democracies," he further stated.
Jordan's Deputy Prime Minister Ayman Safadi said on Sunday that King Abdullah's half-brother and former heir Prince Hamza had liaised with foreign parties over a plot to destabilize the country and had been under investigation for some time. This report produced by Yahaira Jacquez.
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi assured tea workers of Assam to "further improve" their quality of life during a rally in Chabua town on March 20. "Ek chaiwala, aapke dard ko nahi samjhega toh kaun samjhega... I assure you that NDA government will accelerate the efforts to further improve the quality of life for tea garden workers. The organic oranges of Assam are reaching Middle-East and Europe," said PM Modi.
Prime Minister of Netherlands, Mark Rutte during virtual meet with Prime Minister Narendra Modi applauded India for its 'Vaccine Maitri' programme for helping countries amid pandemic. "I appreciate your govt's efforts to support Dutch investors who faced challenges last year during the first wave of the COVID19 pandemic. Your support helped ensure the continuation of trade between our countries even in those difficult times," said Netherlands PM Mark Rutte. He added, "We applaud India for the 'Vaccine Maitri' programme. We also congratulate India on its election as a non-permanent member of the UNSC. In our view, India is an obvious candidate for a permanent seat of an expanded council."
Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) Spokesperson Arindam Bagchi on persisting turmoil in Myanmar said that Ministry condemns any use of violence and stand for the restoration of democracy in Myanmar. "We condemn any use of violence. We believe that the rule of law should prevail. We stand for the restoration of democracy in Myanmar. We've urged the release of political prisoners and supported any attempts at resolving the current situation including through efforts of ASEAN," said MEA Spokesperson. "We remain engaged on this issue with our international interlocutors and at the UNSC, in an effort to play a balanced and constructive role," he added. "As far as border crossings are concerned, we are dealing with it as per our laws and humanitarian considerations," he further added.