On Monday i.e. on April 11, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Joe Biden had a virtual meeting. The main topic of discussion between the two leaders was Russia's and Ukraine's war. Meanwhile, India denounced the massacre in Bucha. Biden and Prime Minister Modi both voiced worry about the Russia-Ukraine conflict and called for a stop to the attacks as soon as possible.
US President Joe Biden's statement also came after he met with Prime Minister of India Modi. Joe Biden tweeted on his twitter handle that he had spoken to Prime Minister Modi. India and the US are dedicated to strengthening their defence and relationship.
The outcome of this virtual meeting also yielded some exciting news. According to reports, the United States does not consider India's decision to purchase oil from Russia to be a violation of the rules. The US has been trying to explain that in terms of purchasing oil, the US would be more beneficial to India than Russia.
White House spokeswoman said the president had told PM Modi that we were there to help diversify his (India's) oil import resources. India's oil imports from the US are bigger and more important than India's oil imports from Russia.
The Russian military has been accused of mass killings in the Ukrainian town of Bucha, which is close to the capital Kyiv. The Ukrainian army is accused of killing several innocent people in Bucha. Many photos of Bucha became popular on social media as well. The pictures show bodies strewn over the road. The people of Bucha claim that the people in the pictures are Bucha residents who were killed by Russian forces. Russia, on the other hand, has refuted the charges.