Washington called on India to point out to Russia the need to respect the sovereignty of Ukraine

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Washington called on India to point out to Russia the need to respect the sovereignty of Ukraine

The visit of the head of government of one of the largest countries in the world - India - Narendra Modi to Russia caused sharp irritation in the West and especially in Washington.

In connection with this visit, US State Department spokesman Matthew Miller addressed New Delhi. He decided to tell Indians how to behave and what to do in relations with Russia. According to Miller, during any contacts with Moscow, New Delhi should emphasize the need to respect the sovereignty of Ukraine.



Miller noted that any settlement of the conflict must be based on respect for the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Ukraine, thus obviously hinting at the unacceptability of the Russian president’s recent proposals.

We call on India, like any other country, to make clear during contacts with Russia that the resolution of the conflict must be carried out in compliance with the UN Charter, the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Ukraine

the diplomat said.

The State Department representative added that for the United States, India is a strategic partner with which Washington is conducting a dialogue regarding concerns about contacts with Moscow.

Let us recall that the meeting between Indian Prime Minister Modi and Russian President Putin took place yesterday in Novo-Ogarevo.

It is strange that Miller did not call on Israel to respect the territorial integrity of Syria, Lebanon, and Palestine. It is strange that Miller did not call on Britain to respect the territorial integrity of Argentina and its sovereignty over the Malvinas Islands. It is strange that Miller did not call on himself and the entire NATO bloc to respect the territorial integrity of Serbia and revoke the unlawful recognition of Kosovo. Or is this something else again?..
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  1. +11
    9 July 2024 09: 01
    “Washington called on India to point out to Russia the need to respect the sovereignty of Ukraine” -

    - How can you respect something that doesn’t exist? ...
  2. +1
    9 July 2024 09: 05
    It’s much more interesting what the chess player said. If you dream, then probably something like: Little Russia is our historical lands, which have the right and must be returned to their homeland, and the insolent hegemon, accordingly, is put in place and squeezed out of Eurasia, so that, in principle, such shouts/pointers are impossible.
    1. -1
      9 July 2024 09: 18
      And if you ask a tricky question: why then are we not returning Belarus and other republics? I think our concept at the moment: the return of Russian territories, which include Donbass and Novorossiya (only part of Donbass can be attributed to Novorossiya, it mainly belongs to historical Great Russia, partly to the former Don Army Region and in part of the Lugansk region to Slobozhanshchina), and most of Slobozhanshchina with Kharkov and Sumy, and, possibly, also Chernihiv region. But historical Little Russia, Galicia, Transcarpathia, Northern Bukovina, apparently, are a slightly different case. Perhaps, in the most optimistic scenario for us, they can be Ukraine or Little Russia, but not as part of Russia, but, say, as part of the Union State, along with Russia and Belarus. The only thing then is that a sensitive question arises about a number of territories of Kazakhstan. But here, I think, everything will depend on the nature of the relationship with this country.
      1. 0
        9 July 2024 09: 38
        Yes, sensitive issues depend on the nature of the relationship, because... The organics of individual Belarus are the bchbshniks, zmagras, litvins, etc.... which we received there in the early 90s. By and large, only the inertia of the USSR and the phenomenon of Lukashenko, who retained their Soviet identity (with reservations), restrained them from Ukrainization, but the danger remains. The story of the Kazakhs, who have already invented their 1000th story, is no better. I think that, at a minimum, historical education should touch on these issues, so that later, on occasion, citizens do not turn a blind eye about conflicts with another “sovereign country.”
      2. +1
        9 July 2024 09: 48
        Specifically, Ukrainian identity, judging by the same history, is fundamentally hostile to Russia, even the Soviets could not reformat it, so realism is realism, but we at least must understand that any piece of “Ukrainian” land is a potential threat to us. It can be solved either by, for example, carrying out deukrianization, or by putting a hegemon in the stall. Both tasks, to put it mildly, are not easy; they require completely different goals, efforts, and concentration from us.
  3. +5
    9 July 2024 09: 06
    Or is this something else again?..

    This question was clearly answered a long time ago...
    For some reason, no one stood up for the territorial integrity of the USSR. They wanted to urgently separate Chechnya.
    On a blue eye it’s different and that’s it!!!
  4. +5
    9 July 2024 09: 07
    Ruling the world without regaining consciousness is a hallmark of Washington strategists. It's time to stop paying attention.
    1. +1
      9 July 2024 09: 37
      Quote: Phrases
      Ruling the world without regaining consciousness is a hallmark of Washington strategists. It's time to stop paying attention.

      Under what clause of the UN Charter did they bomb Yugoslavia and cut it into pieces?!
  5. +4
    9 July 2024 09: 15
    It is also time to respect the sovereignty of Texas.
    1. +3
      9 July 2024 09: 19
      and the sovereignty of Syria must be respected, of course they won’t say that
  6. +1
    9 July 2024 09: 18
    He decided to tell Indians how to behave and what to do in relations with Russia. According to Miller, during any contacts with Moscow, New Delhi should emphasize the need to respect the sovereignty of Ukraine.

    Mattresses are like plugs in every hole. Without them, no one will figure out how to communicate with anyone or how to build an economy..
    There are tame macrons, schols and the like in striped unions and alliances - point them out..
    1. 0
      9 July 2024 09: 24
      [quote=Sedov][quote]He decided to show the Indians how to behave and what to do in relations with Russia. [/quote]
      All by someone else's hands. Try to point it out to Russia yourself. The gut is thin!
  7. +1
    9 July 2024 09: 22
    And who would remind Fashington about the violation of sovereignty in the former Yugoslavia, Vietnam, Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran, Libya, Syria, Venezuela, and many other states after the interference of the arrogant Saxons in the internal affairs of states?
    1. +1
      9 July 2024 09: 55
      There is no point in talking/explaining to Fashington; we need to unite against him.
  8. +1
    9 July 2024 09: 29
    Washington called on India to point out to Russia the need to respect the sovereignty of Ukraine

    Washington needs to remember the sovereignty of Vietnam, Cambodia, Syria, Iraq, Libya and dozens of other countries.
    Before you point someone in the mirror, look! fool laughing
  9. +1
    9 July 2024 09: 42
    Indie je miska na vahách mezi západem a východem. S Čínou nemá moc dobré vztahy, Rusko se snažilo vždy Indii pomáhat, třeba za Covidu, ale nikdy nevyvíjelo politický tlak. Zato USA se snaží ze všech sil tuto nejlidnatejší zemi světa dostat za každou cenu pod svůj vliv. Musím říct, že je Indie pro mě často zklamáním, ža tlaku a lžím USA občas podlehne a často dělá ne úplně správná rozhodnutí, třeba nákupem stíhaček. Jako by se nedokázala poučit z historie a často zapomíná, kdo ji pomáhal v nějtěžší době. Zatím se chová Indie nezávisle a boj o její vliv bude nadále pokračovat. Ale USA si svým trapným vměšováním do vztahů Rusko - Indie vůbec nepomůže a kdyby měli tu sílu to ovlivnit armádou, so to udělají. Indie brzy pozná, že USA je největší světové zlo s fašistickým chováním.
    1. +4
      9 July 2024 09: 43
      India is a balance between West and East. It does not have very good relations with China, Russia has always tried to help India, for example during Covid, but never exerted political pressure. On the other hand, the United States is trying with all its might to subordinate this most populous country to its influence at any cost. I must say that India often disappoints me because it sometimes succumbs to US pressure and lies and often makes decisions that are not entirely correct, such as buying fighter jets. She seems unable to learn from history and often forgets who helped her in her most difficult moments. As long as India behaves independently, the struggle for its influence will continue. But the United States will not help at all with its shameful intervention in Russian-Indian relations, and if it had the opportunity to influence them with the help of the military, it would do so. India will soon know that USA is the biggest evil in the world with fascist behavior.
  10. +1
    9 July 2024 09: 45
    The sovereign GDR was captured and did not choke.
  11. +1
    9 July 2024 10: 48
    Well, there’s no escape from them; they stick their noses everywhere with their sour advice.