New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Russian President Vladimir Putin had a phone conversation on Friday afternoon. During this, discussed the recent Wagner rebellion in Russia. Apart from this, both the leaders were also focused on the Ukraine war.
News agency Reuters quoted the Kremlin’s statement as saying that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Russian President Vladimir Putin had a long telephonic conversation on Friday. Putin has given the latest update of Ukraine war to PM Modi. PM Modi on Saturday expressed support for the decisive action by the Russian leadership in dealing with the Wagner mutiny by the Kremlin a week ago.
Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed the situation around Ukraine and how Moscow had resolved an armed mercenary mutiny in a telephone call with Indian PM Narendra Modi today, the Kremlin said, reports Reuters.
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Said a day ago – Modi is our friend
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi. At the same time, he also praised PM Modi’s ‘Make in India’ concept and said that it has really made an impact on the Indian economy. There will be no harm in imitating the one who is doing good work, even if it is not us who do it but our friends.
Putin was speaking at an event organized by Russia’s Agency for Strategic Initiatives (ASI) in Moscow. Putin cited India as an example of a country that encourages companies to develop, manufacture and assemble products locally.
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