Russian President Vladimir Putin has arrived with two-day visit to India, where in the state of Goa will hold talks with Indian Prime Minister Narendra modi and will attend the BRICS summit. It is expected the signing of agreements on supply and production in India of Russian arms. On the tarmac of the airport Dabolim to the President of the Russian Federation welcomed the dancers performed the national dance, reports “Interfax”.
The Putin’s plane on the way to Goa I had for the fog to land in Mumbai, where he spent four hours, the press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov. Immediately after landing in Goa began meeting between the two leaders in narrow format.
Putin and modi will meet not only in the traditional summit of formats at the end of the day they will meet “face to face” in an informal setting. In addition, the leaders of the two countries via videoconference will take part in the launch of the second unit and the tabs of the third and fourth reactors at NPP “Kudankulam”.
It is planned that one of the Central themes of the Russian-Indian
the summit talks will be cooperation in the field of nuclear
Earlier, the Russian presidential aide Yuri Ushakov said that the outcome of the negotiations is expected to be signed 18 documents, in particular, in military-technical sphere. Ready to sign an agreement to supply India’s air defense missile systems s-400 “Triumph”, of the agreement on
production in the interests of the Indian Navy frigates of project 11356, and
joint venture – Indian-Russian helicopter
company for the production of helicopters Ka-226T.
In addition, the summit will discuss various aspects of
cooperation in trade-economic, oil and gas, pharmaceutical
areas, aircraft and automotive industry.
It will also discuss the fight against terrorism, the situation in the middle East and North Africa, especially in Syria and in Afghanistan.
At the end of the Russian-Indian programme in Goa, the start of the BRICS summit, on the sidelines of which Putin will hold bilateral contacts with Chinese President XI Jinping and South African President Jacob Zuma.