United States to continue engaging with India over Ukraine crisis : White House

The United States is drawing in with India over the issue of Ukraine and this will go on in the forthcoming Quad highest point in Japan one month from now, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki told columnists here.

“We have had various commitment, as you probably are aware, with pioneers in India about our way to deal with supporting the Ukrainians in this conflict, whether that is sanctions and the colossal approvals bundle we’ve set up or, obviously, the help we’ve given. We will convey similar opinions in this gathering,” Psaki said.

She was answering an inquiry on the Quad culmination in Japan in May and how the issue of Ukraine would be raised or talked about.

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The Quad contains Japan, India, Australia and the United States and the US Administration has said President Joe Biden will meet Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi there.

“This gathering is half a month away, so a great deal can absolutely occur. What’s more, as you probably are aware, different individuals from Quad have likewise been fundamental accomplices and allies of the Ukrainians’ work to battle the conflict,” Psaki said.

“Japan- – similarly for instance – has given a scope of help as well as consented to redirect a portion of the LNG assets to help Europe. Thus, there are various advances they have likewise taken that will be a piece of the conversation,” she said. PTI

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