Russian President Vladimir Putin will visit India on a working visit. He will hold negotiations with Prime Minister Narendre Moi.
BBC News reports that Putin must fly to Delhi in the evening on Monday. On the eve of Russia, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Minister of Defense Sergei Shoigu, who will make a company to the Russian president in the negotiations.
This is the second after the start of Pandemic Coronavirus, a foreign trip Putin after meeting with US President Joe Biden in Geneva, which took place on June 16 of this year.
As journalists told the Assistant Vladimir Putin on International Affairs Yuri Ushakov, lunch that Moi would arrange in honor of Putin’s arrival, will be held in the format of Tet-A-Tet. It was behind the meal Putin and Moi, according to him, may discuss “the most delicate and, maybe, complex questions,” which will not be discussed in delegations with Lavrov and Shoigu.
Delegations, as it was before, on Russian-Indian summits, will have to sign a number of documents. What exactly, Ushakov did not specify. According to him, it is about 10 agreements.