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 Echoing similar emotions, PM Modi said, "Despite the challenges posed by Covid-19, there is no change in the pace of growth of India-Russia relations. Our special and privileged strategic partnership continues to become stronger."


Expressing “concern” about the situation in Afghanistan, visiting Russia President Vladimir Putin on Monday flagged “fight against terrorism, drug trafficking and organised crime” as key challenges on which both countries will have to cooperate.

“We continue to cooperate jointly on global agenda… our positions are quite similar…in the fight against terrorism, also fighting drug trafficking and organized crime,” Putin said, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi listening before their bilateral meeting began.

“It is natural we’re concerned about the development of the situation in Afghanistan,” the Russian President said, in his opening remarks.


He called India as a “great power”, a “friendly” country and a “time-tested friend”.


Modi said, “Despite the challenges posed by Covid, there is no change in the pace of growth of India-Russia relations. Our special & privileged strategic partnership continues to become stronger.”



















Putin meets PM Modi: ‘India great power, friendly nation, time-tested friend’

 Echoing similar emotions, PM Modi said, "Despite the challenges posed by Covid-19, there is no change in the pace of growth of India-Russia relations. Our special and privileged strategic partnership continues to become stronger."


Expressing “concern” about the situation in Afghanistan, visiting Russia President Vladimir Putin on Monday flagged “fight against terrorism, drug trafficking and organised crime” as key challenges on which both countries will have to cooperate.

“We continue to cooperate jointly on global agenda… our positions are quite similar…in the fight against terrorism, also fighting drug trafficking and organized crime,” Putin said, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi listening before their bilateral meeting began.

“It is natural we’re concerned about the development of the situation in Afghanistan,” the Russian President said, in his opening remarks.


He called India as a “great power”, a “friendly” country and a “time-tested friend”.


Modi said, “Despite the challenges posed by Covid, there is no change in the pace of growth of India-Russia relations. Our special & privileged strategic partnership continues to become stronger.”



















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