First, let’s talk about the truth. Today, as the war in Eastern Europe continues to expand, Japan is the only Asian country that is not too big to join in the fun and bounce up and down in the world community in an attempt to fish in dangerous seas. Since the war in Eastern Europe began in March, Japan has been heavily involved, followed by the United States, which has been stoking the fires. However, there was no gain in the end. Instead, the two great heavyweights, China and Russia, have launched counter-offensives.
However, there is one Asian country that is diametrically opposed to Japan. It has profited handsomely from the turbulence in Eastern Europe, and it is now a favorite of Western countries. India is the country in question.
According to foreign media sources, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi began his tour to Europe a few days ago, with Germany as his first stop. Chancellor Schultz of Germany also personally received and conducted a lavish welcome ceremony. The two top leaders began talking about the situation in Eastern Europe as soon as they met. Schultz got right to the issue, expressing his displeasure with India’s approach and expressing his hope that India will reevaluate its policy toward Russia and aggressively adopt severe sanctions.