In this file photo taken on Dec 6, 2021, India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi (right) greets Russian President Vladimir Putin before a meeting at Hyderabad House in New Delhi. (MONEY SHARMA / AFP)
MOSCOW – Russian President Vladimir Putin and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday discussed prospects for practical cooperation in mutual investment, energy, agriculture, transport and logistics in a phone conversation, the Kremlin said.
Putin and Modi expressed "satisfaction with the high level of bilateral cooperation that has been developing on the basis of the Russian-Indian privileged strategic partnership," the Kremlin said in a statement.
At Modi's request, Putin briefed him on Russia's policy regarding Ukraine
They also noted the importance of maintaining close coordination on international platforms, including the Group of Twenty and the Shanghai Cooperation Organization.
At Modi's request, Putin briefed him on Russia's policy regarding Ukraine.
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