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PM Modi meets Russian President Putin, holds talks

Press Trust of India  |  Benaulim (Goa) 

Prime Minister Modi today Russian President for talks in which is expected to raise concerns over growing Russia-military ties besides looking at ways of ramping up their "privileged partnership" in areas of defence and nuclear energy.

Putin, who arrived in after a delay of nine hours due to fog, held restricted talks with Modi after which the two leaders will be joined by their respective delegations.



"We expect a very fruitful discussion on various issues. Defence and security issues to dominate," MEA spokesperson Vikas Swarup said.

The two sides are expected to sign over a dozen agreements especially in the field of defence and energy in the afternoon following the talks.

While and Russian are expected to sign a "complex agreement" for setting up a joint facility for production of 200 Kamoc helicopters besides a deal for four naval frigates, a "forward movement" is expected in the talks for the purchase of five system of S400 Triumf air defence systems that will cost over USD 5 billion.

The two leaders will also exchange views on important regional and international issues.

Indian envoy to Russian Pankaj Saran said, "Indo-ties have more than just the bilateral dimension. There are regional and global issues, various troubled hotspots where has stakes and where has stakes.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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PM Modi meets Russian President Putin, holds talks

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today met Russian President Vladimir Putin for talks in which India is expected to raise concerns over growing Russia-Pakistan military ties besides looking at ways of ramping up their "privileged partnership" in areas of defence and nuclear energy. Putin, who arrived in Goa after a delay of nine hours due to fog, held restricted talks with Modi after which the two leaders will be joined by their respective delegations. "We expect a very fruitful discussion on various issues. Defence and security issues to dominate," MEA spokesperson Vikas Swarup said. The two sides are expected to sign over a dozen agreements especially in the field of defence and energy in the afternoon following the talks. While India and Russian are expected to sign a "complex agreement" for setting up a joint facility for production of 200 Kamoc helicopters besides a deal for four naval frigates, a "forward movement" is expected in the talks for the purchase of five system of S400 ... Prime Minister Modi today Russian President for talks in which is expected to raise concerns over growing Russia-military ties besides looking at ways of ramping up their "privileged partnership" in areas of defence and nuclear energy.

Putin, who arrived in after a delay of nine hours due to fog, held restricted talks with Modi after which the two leaders will be joined by their respective delegations.

"We expect a very fruitful discussion on various issues. Defence and security issues to dominate," MEA spokesperson Vikas Swarup said.

The two sides are expected to sign over a dozen agreements especially in the field of defence and energy in the afternoon following the talks.

While and Russian are expected to sign a "complex agreement" for setting up a joint facility for production of 200 Kamoc helicopters besides a deal for four naval frigates, a "forward movement" is expected in the talks for the purchase of five system of S400 Triumf air defence systems that will cost over USD 5 billion.

The two leaders will also exchange views on important regional and international issues.

Indian envoy to Russian Pankaj Saran said, "Indo-ties have more than just the bilateral dimension. There are regional and global issues, various troubled hotspots where has stakes and where has stakes.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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PM Modi meets Russian President Putin, holds talks

Prime Minister Modi today Russian President for talks in which is expected to raise concerns over growing Russia-military ties besides looking at ways of ramping up their "privileged partnership" in areas of defence and nuclear energy.

Putin, who arrived in after a delay of nine hours due to fog, held restricted talks with Modi after which the two leaders will be joined by their respective delegations.

"We expect a very fruitful discussion on various issues. Defence and security issues to dominate," MEA spokesperson Vikas Swarup said.

The two sides are expected to sign over a dozen agreements especially in the field of defence and energy in the afternoon following the talks.

While and Russian are expected to sign a "complex agreement" for setting up a joint facility for production of 200 Kamoc helicopters besides a deal for four naval frigates, a "forward movement" is expected in the talks for the purchase of five system of S400 Triumf air defence systems that will cost over USD 5 billion.

The two leaders will also exchange views on important regional and international issues.

Indian envoy to Russian Pankaj Saran said, "Indo-ties have more than just the bilateral dimension. There are regional and global issues, various troubled hotspots where has stakes and where has stakes.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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