Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke to PM Modi on the phone, discussed these issues
Russia-Ukraine War: Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to Russian President Vladimir Putin over phone on Friday (June 30). During this, both the leaders discussed the rebellion of Vangar and the Russia-Ukraine war.
The Russian Presidential Palace Kremlin issued a statement saying that PM Modi and President Putin also discussed strengthening the bilateral partnership. The two leaders noted the importance of continued implementation of key joint projects between Russia and India in various fields. Along with this, there was talk between Modi and Putin regarding cooperation in Shanghai Cooperation Organization and G20.
What did Vladimir Putin say about PM Modi?
Putin had earlier on Thursday (June 29) described PM Modi as a ‘great friend’ of Moscow. He said that the Make in India campaign has had a really impressive impact on the Indian economy.
Putin said industrial and product design should be made an important resource for the development of domestic business. There is no harm in emulating something that is working well, even if it was not started by us but by our friends, he said at a conference organized by Russia’s Agency for Strategic Initiatives (ASI) in Moscow. Are.”
When did the Vangar group revolt?
The Vangar group, a private military force led by Yevgeny Prigozhin, rebelled last Saturday (June 24). However, when his men were only 200 kilometers (120 mi) from Moscow, Prigozhin decided to withdraw his fighters. Prigozhin suddenly announced his withdrawal after reaching an agreement with the Kremlin.
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