India's crude oil procurement arrangements are well known: Kwatra, Foreign Secy

Foreign Secretary Vinay Mohan Kwatra said that Indias trading arrangements for crude oil purchase are solely based on national energy security considerations . The foreign secretary said that Indias consideration of crude oil purchases is respected around the world .

Foreign Secretary Vinay Mohan Kwatra said on Friday that Indias trading arrangements for crude oil purchase are solely based on national energy security considerations, while also giving a press conference here today, ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modis' visit to Germany for the G7 Summit.When asked what India's strategy will be if it were attacked for its procurement of Russian crude oil at the summit, the foreign secretary said that India's consideration of crude oil purchases is respected around the world.India's consideration for crude oil purchases is well-known.It is adopted by many nations.

The German Prime Minister will fly to Schloss at midnight on June 25 at the invitation of German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, according to him.On the sidelines of the G7 Summit, Prime Minister Modi will hold bilateral meetings and talks with G7 leaders as well as the guest countries.India's increasing presence at G7 Summits signifies that it is increasingly recognized that India must be an integral part of any long-term effort to find a solution to global challenges, according to the foreign minister.On June 28, PM Modi will fly to the UAE from Germany.Responding to a question on whether the remark over the Prophet remark may arise during his visit, the foreign secretary at the Dubai said that Gulf nations have a solid grasp of Indias position and situation, and that we have clarified it on numerous occasions.

According to Kwatra, this will be the Prime Minister's first meeting at the same time as Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan's appointment as the UAE's next President and Abu Dhabi's Ruler.