Russia strongly responds over Pakistan India nuclear war risk rhetoric, advises India for dialogues with Pakistan
New Delhi - Russia strongly responds over Pakistan India nuclear war risk rhetoric, advises India for dialogues with Pakistan.
Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's scheduled meeting with Russia link President Vladimir Putin in Vladivostok next week, Russia link on Wednesday expressed concern over the escalated tensions between two nuclear power--India link and Pakistan link.
Maintaining that "rhetoric has grown" in India link and Pakistan link regarding Jammu and Kashmir's reorganisation, Russia link expressed hope that the situation would not lead to escalation of tension between both the countries.
Roman Babushkin link, minister counsellor and deputy chief of the mission said that both countries should resort to dialogue and defuse the tension through political diplomacy.
Responding to Defence minister Rajnath Singh's remark that India link will relook at its no-first policy pertaining to use of nuclear power, Babushkin said, "Both countries are non-official nuclear powers. And that makes us more concerned about the situation.
Rhetoric has grown from both sides, we hope it would not lead to real escalation. We hope it can resolve through political diplomacy and dialogue. We are providing dialogue on platforms like Shanghai Cooperation and BRICS."