Prime Minister Narendra Modi is prone to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation summit, sources mentioned Wednesday.
The Prime Minister will reach Samarkand Thursday night for the summit.
Russian Presidential aide Yuri Ushakov advised reporters that President Putin will focus on Russian-Indian cooperation inside the UN and G20 with Prime Minister Modi in the course of the SCO assembly.
“A conversation on international agenda with Modi will also take place, the sides will discuss issues of strategic stability, the situation in the Asia Pacific Region, and, of course, cooperation within major multilateral formats, such as the UN, the G20 and the SCO,” Ushakov mentioned, Russian information company TASS reported.
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“This is particularly important because India will preside in the UN Security Council in December, and in 2023, India will lead the SCO and also chair the G20,” he mentioned.
On July 1, the 2 leaders spoke to one another and reviewed the implementation of the selections taken throughout President Putin’s go to to India in December 2021.