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India and Russia to establish ‘2+2’ ministerial dialogue

Prime Minister Narendra Modi extended his gratitude to President Vladimir Putin for Russia’s help and support to India against COVID-19. The two leaders agreed to establish a “2+2 ministerial dialogue” between foreign and defence ministers to add further momentum to the bilateral relation. 

The Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) in a statement said that the Russian president expressed solidarity with the people and Government of India and conveyed that Russia would extend all possible support in their fight against the pandemic.  

“Had an excellent conversation with my friend President Putin today. We discussed the evolving COVID-19 situation, and I thanked President Putin for Russia’s help and support in India’s fight against the pandemic,” Modi tweeted. 

Russia has now become part of a small group of countries with whom India has 2+2 dialogue of foreign and defence ministers. India has such mechanism with the US, Japan, and Australia. 

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