The Russian Parliament has told that Russian President Vladimir Putin and India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi are going to meet in Uzbekistan on Friday. During this, the issues of mutual trade and the Indian market being “filled up” with Russian fertilizers will be discussed. This meeting will be on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) meeting.
According to the news agency Reuters, the media were given material related to the meeting, which said. During this meeting it is planned to fill up the Indian market with Russian fertilizers and to discuss bilateral food supplies.” The two leaders are also likely to hold talks on strategic stability, the situation in the Asia Pacific region, bilateral cooperation in the United Nations and the G20 framework.
According to PTI Russian news agency Tas quoted President’s assistant Yuri Yushakov saying that talks are to be held with Prime Minister Modi on the international plan. There are also discussions on India and Russia’s strategic stability the situation in the Asia Pacific region, and cooperation in major multilateral formats such as the United Nations G20, and SCO.
Yushakov told reporters on Tuesday This is especially important because India will chair the UN Security Council in December. And in 2023 India will be the president of the SCO as well as chairing the G20.”
However, the Ministry of External Affairs has not yet confirmed the meeting between Prime Minister Modi and President Putin. India’s relations with Russia are well