Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday held a telephonic dialog with Russian President Vladimir Putin and the 2 reviewed the progress on numerous problems with bilateral cooperation in follow-up to current high-level exchanges between the 2 international locations, based on a PMO assertion.
“Had a wonderful meeting with President Putin. We got the opportunity to discuss furthering India-Russia cooperation in sectors such as trade, energy, defence and more. We also discussed other bilateral and global issues, ” PM Modi posted on X.
PM Modi and President Putin positively assessed the developments in bilateral relations and agreed to develop a roadmap for future initiatives to additional strengthen the India-Russia Special & Privileged Strategic Partnership, the PMO assertion stated.
PM conveyed his greatest needs for Russia’s Presidency of BRICS in 2024 and warranted of India’s full help. The two leaders agreed to stay in contact, the assertion added.
“A number of international topics were touched upon, including the situation around Ukraine, ” the Kremlin’s press service stated following the dialog.
“Vladimir Putin and Narendra Modi expressed interest in further enhancing mutually beneficial bilateral ties and wished each other success in the upcoming presidential elections in Russia and parliamentary elections in India, ” the assertion stated.