China and India support Russia despite its setbacks in the war in Ukraine

A summit in Central Asia last week served as a public stage for Moscow’s biggest backers to voice their doubts over the war in Ukraine, with Russian President Vladimir Putin acknowledging China has concerns and India’s prime minister Narendra Modi saying, “Today’s era is not an era of war.”

Despite these public expressions of doubt, China is staying the course in its relations with Russia and is even seeking to deepen economic ties between the two countries, said Chinese officials familiar with Beijing’s thinking. For its part, although India is growing increasingly frustrated with the impact of the war on the economy and the developing world, New Delhi has not altered its close ties with Moscow, Indian officials said. .


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