Russia‘s Ambassador to New Delhi Nikolai Kudashev commented on the summit between the leaders of Russia and India, Vladimir Putin and Narendra Modi, to be held in India on December 6.
This is the first face-to-face meeting between the two leaders since their talks on the sidelines of the BRICS summit in Brazil in November 2019.
According to the statement of the Assistant to the President of the Russian Federation Yuri Ushakov, about ten bilateral agreements are planned to be signed after the summit.
Russian Ambassador to New Delhi Nikolai Kudashev commented on the issue, saying he is convinced that the meeting will prove productive for both sides.
On the eve of the meeting, talks will be held between Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and his Indian counterpart Subramanyam Jaishankar, as well as the countries‘ defence ministers Sergei Soyghoo and Rajnath Singh. In addition, a meeting of the intergovernmental committee on military and military-technical cooperation is planned.
According to Nikolai Kudashev, the meeting will result in a joint communiqué which he described as “large-scale:”
“This will be a great political event, especially in demand now, when there is a growing demand for the development of bilateral relations and the formation of a space for cooperation in Eurasia.”
“We can reasonably expect a joint political statement of great scale and importance after the summit,” he said, adding:
“Contacts on this communiqué are underway, it will be a document of great importance, covering almost all aspects of bilateral relations, from the UN agenda, the reform of the organization to the resolution of regional crises and progress in the bilateral dimension,” RIA Novosti reported. as he says.
Nikolai Kudashev appeared convinced that the two leaders will pay attention to the course of BRICS, SCO, RIC, G20, the role of the UN, the commitment to multipolarity, maintaining strategic stability and joint efforts to combat new challenges and threats.