‘India, Russia Want To Diversify, Strengthen Bilateral Relations'
Millennium Post Kolkata|September 04, 2019
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said he looks forward to discussing regional and international issues of mutual interest with Russian President Vladimir Putin during his visit to Vladivostok to attend the Eastern Economic Forum.

He also said his visit underlines the desire of the two countries to diversify and further strengthen bilateral relations.

Modi’s visit to the Russian Far East Region is the first by an Indian prime minister.

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