The US closed its embassy in Kyiv on February 14, ten days before Russian President Vladimir Putin launched his invasion of Ukraine, and moved its diplomats westwards.
They are regular exercises aimed at improving the security of the alliance's eastern flank but come this year with Russia's war against Ukraine raging nearby.
"If the US and NATO are really interested in resolving the Ukraine crisis, then first of all, they should wake up and stop supplying the Kyiv regime with arms and ammunition," Lavrov said.
Jaishankar comments came in response to a question at an interactive session at the Raisina Dialogue, India's premier foreign policy and geo-economics conference.
"Russia is destroying Ukrainian transport infrastructure -- bridges and railways -- to slow down weapon supplies to the frontlines from our allies," an interior Ukraine ministry adviser said.
"When you transgress international rules, it leads to all kinds of consequences," British Chief of Defence Staff Admiral Tony Radakin said.
Before Russia's invasion, conflict last gripped Toretsk in 2014, when it was captured by pro-Russian separatists. Ukrainian forces retook it later that year.
The incident occurred in a small town of Maiac roughly 12 kilometers west of the border with Ukraine, according to the region's Interior Ministry.
"The Kyiv authorities have again cynically undermined this humanitarian operation," Russia said in a statement, accusing the Ukrainian government of "indifference" towards its citizens.
Although Serbia voted in favor of three United Nations resolutions condemning the Russian aggression against Ukraine, it has not joined international sanctions against Moscow.
Maksym Khaustov, the head of the Kharkiv region's health department, confirmed the deaths following a series of strikes that onlookers said had ignited fires throughout the city.
"May there be peace for war-torn Ukraine, so sorely tried by the violence and destruction of the cruel and senseless war into which it was dragged," the pontiff said.
Moscow said Ukrainian forces in the city must lay down their arms by Sunday, after weeks of relative calm in the capital Kyiv were brought to an end by renewed Russian airstrikes.
This move comes against the backdrop of the Ukraine-Russia conflict. Infosys said that they are not working for any Russian client, and have no plans to work for Russian clients in the future.
Russia is believed to be trying to connect occupied Crimea and Moscow-backed separatist territories Donetsk and Lugansk in Donbas and has laid siege to Mariupol.