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EU, India agree to deepen trade and tech ties amid Ukraine conflict

EU chief Ursula von der Leyen met Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for talks in New Delhi. Climate and trade security — as well as the conflict in Ukraine — dominated the agenda.

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