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Vladimir Putin holds informal meeting with Narendra Modi at his official residence in Novo-Ogaryovo ahead of official talks today
Narendra Modi
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Vladimir Putin holds informal meeting with Narendra Modi at his official residence in Novo-Ogaryovo ahead of official talks today

| @indiablooms | 09 Jul 2024, 09:16 am

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday welcomed Indian PM Narendra Modi and toured him at his official residence in Novo-Ogaryovo near Moscow ahead of the beginning of the informal talks.

"Once again, good afternoon. I'm very glad to see you. Our official talks will take place tomorrow, but today we can have a relaxed conversation about the same issues, but informally," Putin was quoted as saying by Sputnik news agency.

Narendra Modi expressed 'gratitude' to Putin for hosting him at his residence.

Modi said he is looking forward to the official talks on Tuesday.

"Gratitude to President Putin for hosting me at Novo-Ogaryovo this evening. Looking forward to our talks tomorrow as well, which will surely go a long way in further cementing the bonds of friendship between India and Russia," Modi posted on X.

Modi arrived in Russia on Monday.

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Modi was received by First Deputy PM Denis Manturov of Russia after he arrived at the airport.

After visiting Russia, Modi is scheduled to visit Austria.

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