May 29, 2022
ndian Prime Minister Narendra Modi shakes hands with Russian President Vladimir Putin during their meeting at Hyderabad House, on December 6, 2021 in New Delhi, India. © Getty Images Sonu Mehta

INDO-RUSSIA ALLIANCE

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Leaders of the two super powers sign military partnership agreement.

Indian street artists celebrating the Indo-Russian Alliance

The two nationalist leaders Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India and President Vladimir Putin today signed a military partnership agreement in New Delhi.

At the signing ceremony in Hyderabad House the two nations agreed to co-operate in a number of areas namely energy, space travel, medicine, defence and the Covid 19 vaccine.

Putin then announced. “We are conducting joint military exercises, in both Indian territory and Russian territory,” he said. “We thank you for your attention to this component of our work. And we plan to work more in this direction. Together, we’re working on developing high-grade military products and manufacturing, including in India.” 

Both countries had earlier in the day agreed to collaborate in military technology till 2030. When asked about Russia’s close relations with India. The Russian leader remarked. “We treat India as a great power, with a people who are friendly to us, and with a remarkable history of relations between us.”

On the issue of Afghanistan Sergei Lavrov the Russian foreign minister said “As far as we are concerned, there is every reason to engage countries such as India and Iran in the group’s activities along with China, Pakistan and the United States.”

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