UPDATE 1: Indian PM Modi tells Russian Putin it is ‘now not the age of conflict’

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NEW DELHI, Sept 16 (Reuters) – Indian High Minister Narendra Modi advised Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday that now isn’t the time for conflict as the protection of meals, fertilizer and gas is likely one of the international’s best considerations right now.

“I do know that as of late’s technology isn’t an technology of wars, and I spoke to you about this at the telephone,” Modi advised Putin at the sidelines of a regional safety bloc summit in Uzbekistan, including that democracy, international relations and discussion stay the peace in combination.

Putin stated he understood Modi’s considerations concerning the conflict in Ukraine. “I’m conscious about your place at the warfare in Ukraine and I’m conscious about your considerations. We wish all this to finish once imaginable.”

Putin, who met with Chinese language President Xi Jinping on the summit, said Beijing’s considerations concerning the conflict on Wednesday.

Modi and Putin talked at the sidelines of a gathering of the Shanghai Cooperation Group (SCO), whose everlasting individuals, along with India, are China, Russia, Pakistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan.

“Our industry turnover is rising thank you for your further deliveries of Russian fertilizers to the Indian markets, that have grown by way of greater than 8 instances. I’m hoping that this shall be of significant assist to the rural sector of India,” Putin stated. (Reporting by way of Shivam Patel in New Delhi; modifying by way of Hugh Lawson and Frank Jack Daniel)

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