Modi offered Putin to hold a Russia-India-China meeting


Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi suggested that Russian President Vladimir Putin hold a meeting on the “fields” of the G20 summit in Japan, and also hold a trilateral meeting in the Russia-India-China format.

Putin met with Modi on Thursday in Bishkek, where the SCO summit will take place.

Hope we will meet again soon in Japan. There, I also believe that we should hold talks in the RIC: Russia-India-China format, “said Modi.

He also expressed confidence in the need for such contacts at other sites.

Modi also thanked Putin for congratulating him on his re-election as prime minister. “You congratulated me even before the final results were announced, announced. You came to India last year. In some way you predicted my victory last year,” the Indian prime minister said.

In addition, the head of government of India thanked Putin for awarding the Order of St. Andrew the First-Called. “This is the highest honor for me. I know that this is the highest state award in Russia. On behalf of the Indian people, I also want to express my gratitude,” said Modi.


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