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No other substitute to diplomacy in Ukraine crisis

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Ankitsingh Vyas
Ankitsingh Vyas
Mechanical Engineer | Writer

Tensions in International community has been escalating over ongoing crisis in Ukraine. The two superpowers, USA and Russia are in a tussle as both countries are trying to increase dominance and hold over Ukraine. USA is expressing its concern of Russian invasion in Ukraine, as Russia has increased its deployment of troops and military drills across borders of Ukraine. Recently US President “Joe Biden” has called on all American citizens living in Ukraine to leave the country as soon as possible, citing advancing actions of Russian military.

While Russia has its own security concerns over growing sphere of influence of USA and NATO military deployments around its neighboring and European countries. Russia accused United States of trying to create Hysteria over the situation on Ukraine’s borders. USA and Russia clashed in United States Security Council (UNSC) debate accusing each other of warmongering.

After abstaining from voting on the issue, India’s ambassador to UN “T.S. Tirumurti” issued a statement saying that- “India’s interest is in finding a solution that can provide for immediate de-escalation of tensions taking into account the legitimate security interests of all countries and aimed towards securing long term peace and stability in the region and beyond. Any steps that increase tension may best be avoided by all sides in the larger interest of security international peace and security”. He also mentioned that more than 20,000 Indian students and nationals are living in Ukraine and border region.  

A lot of geopolitical experts and world leaders are suggesting that “Minsk agreement” is the only way out to Ukrainian crisis. It’s a trilateral agreement written in year 2014 consisting of Ukraine, the Russian Federation, and the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) which sought to end war in the Donbas region of Ukraine.

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Ankitsingh Vyas
Ankitsingh Vyas
Mechanical Engineer | Writer
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