Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke by telephone with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday. The two leaders followed up on some of the issues discussed during Putin’s recent visit on December 6.
âToday’s exchange has helped to solidify the future course of action on these issues, including opportunities to strengthen defense cooperation, cooperation in the supply of fertilizers, strengthening of India’s engagement with the Russian Far East. The conversation also enabled an exchange of views on international issues, âsaid a statement from the Prime Minister’s office.
The PMO statement said the leaders agreed to keep in regular contact on all aspects covered by the special and privileged Indo-Russian strategic partnership, and to continuously strive to deepen bilateral cooperation as well as consultation and consultation. coordination in multilateral forums.
Putin and Modi exchanged views on the situation in the âAsia-Pacificâ region, a Russian official said. Russia often refers to the Indo-Pacific region as Asia-Pacific.
The official said the two leaders also discussed the practicalities of implementing the finalized agreements during Putin’s visit to India on December 6.
“Vladimir Putin warmly thanked Narendra Modi for the hospitality extended to the Russian delegation during the high-level visit to New Delhi on December 6,” said the Russian official.
“They discussed the practical aspects of the implementation of the agreements reached during the talks and expressed their mutual intention to continue the multifaceted development of the relations of the special and privileged strategic partnership between Russia and India,” he said. he declares.