Russia and India are vigorously working on the implementation of the agreements they reached last December, said Russian President Vladimir Putin.
“In December of last year, during our talks with the Prime Minister of India Mr. Modi, we reached agreements in various fields. It is important that both sides now work vigorously on their practical implementation. We are closely working with our Indian partners, taking into account this country’s current presidency of the BRICS,” said Mr. Putin, speaking during a credentials presentation ceremony in the Kremlin.
He noted that the Russian-Indian cooperation is developing intensively and has been traditionally constructive and mutually beneficial.
Today, the Russian President Vladimir Putin received credentials from 16 newly arrived foreign ambassadors, among which was the new Indian ambassador Pankaj Saran.
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