Russian President Vladimir Putin is scheduled to visit India tomorrow, December 6. As part of the information received, the President's ally Yuri Ushakov has announced the signing of 10 bilateral agreements in Moscow and Delhi in various fields ahead of his visit. It has some semi-confidential. "About 10 bilateral agreements will be signed, which are quite important and some semi-confidential," says TASS, a Russian news agency. Work on them is still going on. We are confident that the package of agreements will be signed during the visit. ”
TASS says, Ushakov has refused to name the agreements. He also said that work is still on them. It is essential for the development of bilateral cooperation in various fields. Last Friday, Yuri Ushakov said, "The "special format" connection between PM Modi and President Putin enables him to discuss complex and sensitive world problems. '
Ushakov also said that "Prime Minister Modi and Russian President Putin spoke to each other in a virtual manner due to the Outbreak of Covid-19. Meeting in person will help them address various topics, including the most challenging as well as the most sensitive issues. Putin will arrive in New Delhi on December 6 to attend the 21st edition of the annual India-Russia Summit. The day will begin with a meeting between Defence Minister Rajnath Singh and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov as well as Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu.