Juncker is on the three-day official visit to India for the 14th India-EU Summit.
"As for Ukraine, the European Union is invariably united in supporting the territorial integrity, independence and sovereignty of Ukraine".
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and European Union Council President Donald Franciszek Tusk on Friday paid floral tribute to the father of the nation Mahatma Gandhi at Rajghat in New Delhi.
The European Union and India agreed Friday to step up cooperation in countering violent extremism and radicalization, particularly online, and in enhancing maritime security in the Indian Ocean and beyond.
Leaders will discuss trade and economic relations, and will review the state of play and next steps towards relaunching negotiations for a free trade agreement.
The EU was India's largest regional trading partner exporting €39.3 billion worth of goods to the bloc previous year.
An EU spokesman said the summit should further advanced co-operation in research and innovation, by facilitating research opportunities and increasing research collaboration between the EU and India. "That would remain a case even after Britain's exit (March 2019)", he said.
Yearly bilateral trade in goods and services is worth around 100 billion euros ($117 billion).
Briefing the media here, Ruchi Ghanashyam, Secretary (West) in the Ministry of External Affairs, said that the next round of talks for the BTIA will be held on November 13-14.
He also praised India for responding to the Rohingya refugee crisis. Leaders are expected to take stock of the implementation of this far-reaching agenda. It is also learnt that while the EU is keen on finalisation of an India-EU Bilateral Investment Treaty (BIT) before the re-launch of the FTA talks, India wants to make "investment protection" a part of the negotiations on the proposed comprehensive FTA.
India and European Union are celebrating 55 years of diplomatic ties this year.
However Donald Tusk, president of the European Council, in his remarks to reporters at the end of the summit level talks stressed that "free and fair trade agreements were not only economically important" for common citizens' prosperity, "they strengthen and defend the rules-based global order and our way of life".
"I also appreciate the decision of the European Investment Bank to fund solar-related projects in member countries of the International Solar Alliance", Modi said. He repeated this statement during the India-EU Business Forum, and added that there will be a bilateral meeting soon at the level of the trade ministers to tackle the issue of the impasse.