Ukraine foreign minister’s visit to India opens door for Delhi to shape post-war Europe


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Even though bilateral relations between New Delhi and Kyiv have been friendly and productive around trade and weapons until 2021, things changed drastically after 24 February 2022. However, three years into the war, India’s position on the issue has become more nuanced and so has Ukraine’s. Ukrainian Foreign Minister, Dmytro Kuleba, is on a two-day visit to Delhi at the invitation of the external affairs minister S Jaishankar. Seeking India’s support for the upcoming International Peace Summit in Switzerland is the main aim of his maiden visit. The Ukraine war has enabled conversations that did not exist before to happen....