PM Modi in Russia: PM’s target on Pakistan, said- no interference in internal matter: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given a strong message to Pakistan on the historic visit to Russia. He targeted Pakistan without naming it at the 20th India-Russia Annual Conference.
Prime Minister Modi said that Russia and India are against external interference in the internal affairs of any country. He said this in a joint press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Delegation-level talks were held between Prime Minister Modi and President Putin. During this time many agreements were exchanged in the presence of both. It may be known that Russia had already told about the internal matter of India before abolishing Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir.
It is an honor to come to Vladivostok
PM Modi said during the joint press conference, ‘It is an honor for me to come to Vladivostok as the first Indian PM. I thank my friend, President Putin, for inviting me here. I remember that the 2001 annual summit was held in Russia when he was the President and I came to the Atal ji’s delegation as the CM of Gujarat. Indo-Russian friendship is not limited to their respective capital cities. We have kept the people at the root of this relationship.
Trying to take relations between countries to new heights
PM Modi said, ‘We are trying to take the relationship between the two countries to new heights. Nuclear plants are being built in India with the cooperation of Russia, some time ago a delegation from India came here and during this time negotiations were done on the agreements.
Cooperation is constantly moving forward
PM Modi said ‘Indo-Russian defense, agriculture, tourism, trade are moving forward. Our cooperation in space is also moving forward. Next year, India and Russia have agreed to hold a big forum on tiger conservation.
Friendship is growing stronger
The two countries have a very old relationship. Our friendship is constantly getting stronger. The two countries are constantly in touch and we are constantly meeting.
17 percent increase in trade of both countries
Putin said, “Earlier we had a meeting in Osaka, we are constantly interacting in an open and nice environment.” The decisions we took in the last meeting were reviewed today. Our priority is investment and trade, both countries have grown by 17 per cent. I am confident that the two countries will move forward together on many more fronts. ‘
Russia will build missile system in India
Putin said that today there are agreements between the two countries in the fields of security, trade and energy. We would like to welcome Indian companies to Russia. The two countries have a very good relationship with arms. We are moving towards building missile systems and rifles in India. Strategically, the history of both countries is very old.
Invitation to honor at Eastern Economic Forum
PM Modi said during this time, ‘Your invitation to the Eastern Economic Forum is a great honor for me. This is a historic opportunity to give a new dimension to the support between the two countries. I am waiting to participate in the forum tomorrow. ‘
Russia’s highest civilian award will be honored
During this time he also said, ‘You have announced that I will be awarded Russia’s highest civilian honor’ Order of St. Andrew the Apostle ‘. I thank you and the people of Russia. It shows the friendly relations between the people of our 2 countries. This is an honor for 130 crore Indians. This honor was announced in April this year.
Russia is a trusted partner
PM Modi said during this time ‘Russia is a friend of India as well as a trusted partner. You have personally focused on expanding our special and privileged strategic partnership. We have been meeting regularly as 2 integral friends. I have spoken to you on many issues over the telephone, I have never hesitated.
Visited Shipbuilding Complex
Earlier, PM Modi met with Russian President Vladimir Putin. The two leaders met and warmly hugged and then visited the Jewejda Shipbuilding Complex and saw some exhibitions here. Zvezda is Russia’s largest shipbuilding complex. There will be bilateral talks between the two today. Earlier, the two leaders had met each other at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) meeting in Kyrgyzstan’s capital, Bishkek.
PM Modi got guard of honor
Earlier on his two-day visit, PM Modi reached Vladivostok city of Russia at 4:30 am on Wednesday. PM Modi was given the Guard of Honor at Vladivostok International Airport in the presence of Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Igor Morgulov.
Eastern Economic Forum will be included
PM Modi will join the Eastern Economic Forum on this 36-hour tour. India is not a member of the Eastern Economic Forum, but PM Modi will attend the Fifth Eastern Economic Forum meeting as the chief guest at a special invitation from President Putin.
First PM to visit Russia’s Far East region
Explain that PM Modi is the first Prime Minister of the country to visit the Far East Region of Russia. During the PM’s visit, the two countries will consider deepening cooperation in the strategic areas of defense, civil nuclear energy and peaceful use of space.
There will be an opportunity to increase international cooperation
The Prime Minister said on his official website that the Eastern Economic Forum (EEF) has immense power to develop. This platform will give India an opportunity to increase international cooperation in the Asia-Pacific region.
India an opportunity to increase international cooperation in the Asia-Pacific region
The forum of the Eastern Economic Forum will give India an opportunity to increase international cooperation in the Asia-Pacific region. Also, there will be an opportunity to develop the economy of Russia’s Far East region.
Prime Minister Modi can also hold bilateral talks with the leaders of other countries participating in the Eastern Economic Forum of Russia. The conference will also include Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Chinese President Xi Jinping, Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohammed and Mongolia President Khaltmagin Battulaga, etc.
Will also cooperate in Gaganyaan
Russia will also get support in India’s human mission Gaganyaan. Russia will now help in training Indian astronauts in this direction. PM Modi met Putin for the first time when he was the Chief Minister of Gujarat and Atal Bihari Vajpayee was the Prime Minister.