New Delhi | Vladimir Putin India Visit: Russian President Vladimir Putin is going to visit India soon to further strengthen the relations between India and Russia. Russian President Putin will visit India on 6 December for the 21st India-Russia summit. During this, Putin will meet Prime Minister Narendra. This will be the first meeting between the two leaders during the Corona period. Many agreements can be signed during the visit of Russian President to India.
Vladimir Putin India Visit: Indian Foreign Ministry spokesman Arindam Bagchi informed Putin about his visit to India and said that on 6 December 2021, Russian President Vladimir Putin will reach New Delhi. After which the first edition of the India-Russia ‘two-plus-two’ meeting will be held along with a summit meeting of PM Narendra Modi and President Vladimir Putin.
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There will be ‘two-plus-two’ ministerial talks
Simultaneously, the Foreign Ministry spokesman said that Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu will visit India on December 5-6 to participate in the ‘two-plus-two’ ministerial talks. Defense Minister Rajnath Singh and External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar will attend this meeting from the Indian side.
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These issues can be discussed
Significantly, Russian President Putin had last visited in 2018 to attend the summit. Then the S-400 deal was also discussed and signed by both the countries. The S-400 is expected to be discussed in detail at this summit. With this, there is a possibility of discussion about the increasing corona infection in the world and its vaccination.