Russia and India continue to carry out large-scale trade and economic projects in addition to energy, military technology and other areas of cooperation
The multi-dimensional Russia-India cooperation will continue to strengthen, Russian President Vladimir Putin hoped in his New Year greetings sent to Indian President Droupadi Murmu and Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday.
In his messages, Putin stressed that in 2022, Russia and India marked the 75th anniversary of the diplomatic relations and, relying on positive traditions of friendship and mutual respect, the countries continue to develop their special and privileged strategic partnership.
Both countries, he said, continue to carry out large-scale trade and economic projects in addition to energy, military technology and other areas of cooperation, coordinate efforts in addressing important matters of regional and global agendas.
“I am confident that India’s recently started SCO and G20 presidencies will open new opportunities for building multi-dimensional Russia-India cooperation for the benefit of our peoples, in the interests of strengthening stability and security in Asia and the entire world,” said Putin.
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