Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent visit to Moscow that saw the inking of sixteen pacts in diverse areas, including a pact on the joint manufacturing of 200 Kamov helicopters, has …Read More
Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Russia in December, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar will visit Russia as a part of his two-nation tour from November 1-5. Mr Parrikar …Read More
From frontier areas of science and technology, space, defence and nuclear power to hydrocarbons, trade and investment and cultural synergy, the relations between the two countries are truly all-encompassing and comprehensive. And in the forthcoming presidential visit, the two countries will be heralding a new phase in their multifarious ties through a compelling joint vision statement.
What makes the India-Russia relations special and privileged? And will they retain their unique lustre amid cunning calculations of shifting geopolitics? On this count, the answer is a resounding yes, despite some recent developments like Russia’s contentious decision to sign a defence pact with Pakistan. But the overall picture remains overwhelmingly positive. For what imparts the India-Russia relations its enduring relevance and strength is the sheer range of collaboration in strategic sectors and an identity of perspectives on leading regional and global issues, underpinned by a common belief in mutipolarity and an inclusive world order.