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Ukraine invasion: Biden urges Modi not to buy more Russian oil

During a "warm" and "candid" virtual summit, the US asked India to not feed Russia's energy economy. Meanwhile, India's foreign minister said the US' primary concern should be weening Europe off Russian energy.

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