PM Modi: The annual summit is held alternately in India and Russia.


Modi Russia Visit: PM Modi and Russian President Vladimir Putin may meet soon. The Ministry of External Affairs said on Friday that preparations are being made for the next India-Russia summit. Foreign Ministry spokesperson Randhir Jaiswal said that we have a well-established system for bilateral summits with the Russian Federation. So far 21 such meetings have taken place.


Preparations are being made for the Russia trip

In fact, he said that we are preparing to hold the next summit. We will share the dates with you as soon as possible. Jaiswal's remarks in a press conference came a few days after a Kremlin official in Moscow said that preparations are being made for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Russia. Russian President's assistant Yuri Ushakov said on Tuesday that I can confirm that we are preparing for the visit of the Prime Minister of India. 

The dates will be announced

It was also said that we cannot say anything about the dates right now, because the dates are announced with the consent of both the parties. Diplomatic sources said that a one-day visit of the Indian Prime Minister is being planned around July 8, but no final decision has been taken on the date. The annual summit between the Prime Minister of India and the President of Russia is the highest institutional dialogue mechanism in the strategic partnership between the two countries. 

The annual summit is held alternately in India and Russia. The last summit was held in New Delhi on 6 December 2021. President Vladimir Putin visited India to attend the summit. agency input