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West needs to accept India's neutrality on Ukraine war

China's security threat binds New Delhi to Moscow

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi: India remains reluctant to join the effort to punish Russia over its invasion of Ukraine.

TOKYO -- The leaders of the U.S., Japan, Australia and India are slated to meet in Tokyo in late May for a summit under the Quad security cooperation framework.

The four countries have been building a platform for coordinated responses to security threats posed by China, but Russia's invasion of Ukraine has thrown a wrench into the works.

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