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PM Modi speaks to Russian President Putin to discuss various regional and global issues
Filme image of PM Modi with Vladimir Putin/ courtesy: PIB

PM Modi speaks to Russian President Putin to discuss various regional and global issues

| @indiablooms | 15 Jan 2024, 08:58 pm

New Delhi/IBNS: Prime Minister Narendra Modi Monday spoke to Russian President Vladimir Putin and discussed various regional and global issues, including the country's Presidency of the BRICS.

"Had a good conversation with President Putin. We discussed various positive developments in our Special & Privileged Strategic Partnership and agreed to chalk out a roadmap for future initiatives. We also had a useful exchange of views on various regional and global issues, including Russia’s Presidency of the BRICS," PM Modi tweeted.

As per the statement from the Prime Minister's office, "The two leaders reviewed progress on a number of issues of bilateral cooperation in follow-up to recent high-level exchanges between the two countries."

"They positively assessed the developments in bilateral relations and agreed to develop a roadmap for future initiatives to further strengthen the India-Russia Special & Privileged Strategic Partnership," it said.

PM Modi also conveyed his best wishes for Russia’s Presidency of BRICS in 2024 and assured of India’s full support.

Meanwhile, Kremin said in a statement that,"The two leaders "expressed interest in further intensifying mutually beneficial bilateral ties" and touched upon “the situation in Ukraine."

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