Indian Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar said there were “divergences” on the issue of war in Ukraine “which we could not reconcile as various parties held differing views.”
Stating that reform of the international system will eliminate the development gap, Turkish Foreign Minister Cavusoglu stresses the importance to implement the 2030 agenda for sustainable development and supporting least developed countries.
Ukraine war is set to dominate Thursday's meeting of the world's top diplomats in New Delhi, with hosts India labouring to avoid the discord that ended its last G20 meeting.
Türkiye's top diplomat holds talks with several foreign ministers, including Russia's Sergey Lavrov, on the margins of G20 event in New Delhi, expressing gratitude for their country's support after the February 6 disaster.
While host India wants this year's meeting to focus on issues like alleviating poverty and climate finance, US tensions with Russia and China are expected to create divides.
Ukraine honours its dead and vows to keep fighting while Russia tells the world to accept "the realities" of conflict — now in its 367th day — but faces new Western sanctions.
Over 5,000 students from an Indian school write messages on a 72-metre-long card to convey solidarity and condolences to affected people in Türkiye quakes.
Türkiye's Ambassador to New Delhi Firat Sunel says airliners from both countries are carrying free of charge shipments to the worst-hit southern region of Türkiye.
Residents of the Indian-administered region organise relief efforts, raising money and collecting food and clothing for victims in Türkiye and Syria following Monday's quakes that so far killed more than 28,000 people.
Malaysian and Indian authorities have deployed search and rescue teams to work in southern Türkiye where more than 13 million people were directly affected by two strong earthquakes.
A US-based short-seller's report last week accused the group of engaging “in a brazen stock manipulation and accounting fraud scheme over the course of decades.”
The two-week police campaign in Assam state began on Friday after chief minister Himanta Biswa Sarma called on public help to abolish the "evil practice".
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