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"India somewhat shaky on Russia over Ukraine"

International desk
India has not forced endorses or even denounced Russia, its biggest supplier of military equipment.

US President Joe Biden has said only India among the Quad group of nations is "somewhat shaky" in acting against Russia over its invasion of Ukraine, as India attempts to offset its binds with Russia and the West.

While the other Quad nations - the United States, Japan, and Australia - have sanctioned Russian entities or people, India has not forced authorizes or even condemned Russia, its biggest provider of military equipment.

"In response to his aggression, we have presented a united front throughout Nato and in the Pacific," Biden told a business discussion on Monday, referring to Russian President Vladimir Putin.

"The Quad - with the conceivable exception of India being somewhat shaky on some of these - yet Japan has been extremely strong, so is Australia in terms of dealing with Putin's aggression."

Putin says Russia is carrying out "a special military operation" to prevent the Ukrainian government from submitting "genocide" - an allegation the West calls an unjustifiable creation.

After a virtual summit between Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and his Indian partner, Narendra Modi, on Monday, India's foreign ministry said Australia comprehended India's situation on Ukraine, which "mirrored our own circumstances, our own considerations".

India has encouraged a finish to the brutality in Ukraine yet has avoided casting a ballot against its old Cold War partner Russia.

Despite the fact that India has developed near the United States in recent years, it actually relies upon Russia for a nonstop stock of arms and ammo in the midst of a Himalayan boundary deadlock with China and perpetual pressure with Pakistan.

India is also considering purchasing more Russian oil at a discount, with two Indian state organizations recently ordering 5 million barrels.
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