“Manmohan Singh supports the Indian government’s stance on Russia-Ukraine.”

In an interview with The Indian Express, former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh praised India’s prioritization of sovereign and economic interests while advocating for peace. He highlighted the increasing relevance of foreign policy in domestic politics, urging restraint in using diplomacy for partisan purposes. Dr. Singh expressed gratitude for India’s G20 presidency and emphasized the need for the G20 to focus on policy coordination for global challenges like climate, inequality, and trade confidence rather than settling security conflicts.

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Regarding the Ukraine-Russia war, he commended India for putting its interests first and calling for peace. He refrained from offering advice on India-China relations but expressed hope that Prime Minister Narendra Modi would safeguard India’s territorial integrity.

As India celebrates 75 years of independence, Dr. Singh expressed optimism but stressed the importance of preserving India’s diverse and harmonious society. He praised ISRO’s achievements, particularly Chandrayaan’s successful moon landing during his tenure.

Discussing economic challenges, Dr. Singh highlighted the growth of India’s external trade during his time, contributing to poverty reduction and greater global economic integration. He cautioned against emerging trends of de-globalization and trade restrictions, advising India to maintain balanced trading relationships across nations and regions.

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