PM Modi may visit Moscow next month, will meet Russian President Putin

Ananya Shroff
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PM Modi may visit Moscow next month, will meet Russian President Putin


PTI, New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi may visit Russia in early July for talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin. India and Russia are currently considering PM Modi's visit to Moscow. Diplomatic sources indicated this on Tuesday. However, there has been no official confirmation from India regarding this visit. A Kremlin official said that preparations are being made for Modi's visit to Russia. If this visit takes place, it will be the first visit of an Indian PM to Russia in nearly five years. Modi visited the Russian Far Eastern city of Vladivostok in September 2019 to attend an economic seminar.

Russian President's assistant gave information

Russian President's assistant Yuri Ushakov said, “I can confirm that we are preparing for the Indian PM's visit. We cannot give the date as it is announced by the parties after the agreement.” Diplomatic sources said a one-day visit of the PM is being planned around July 8, but the date has not been decided yet and various options are being considered. If Modi visits Russia, he and President Vladimir Putin will hold the India-Russia annual summit after a gap of three years. So far, there have been 21 annual summits between India and Russia in each other's countries respectively. The last summit was held in New Delhi on December 6, 2021. President Putin came to India to attend the summit.

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Modi spoke to the President of Kazakhstan

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday spoke to Kazakhstan President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev. The two leaders reiterated their commitment to continue working together to advance the bilateral strategic partnership. According to the PMO, Tokayev spoke to Modi over the phone and extended warm congratulations on the successful conduct of the electoral process in the world's largest democracy and his re-election for the third consecutive term. PM Modi conveyed India's full support for the success of the upcoming Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) Summit in Astana and expressed confidence that Kazakhstan's leadership will make a significant contribution to furthering regional cooperation.

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Warrants issued against Russian officials

The International Criminal Court on Tuesday issued arrest warrants against Russia's former defence minister and the chief of staff of its army for attacking civilian settlements in Ukraine. The court has accused former Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu and Chief of Staff General Valery Gerasimov of committing war crimes and crimes against humanity. The court said in a statement that the warrants have been issued because the judges believe that there are reasonable grounds to believe that these people are responsible for the missile attacks of the Russian Armed Forces on power generation and power supply infrastructure in Ukraine from October 10, 2022 to March 9, 2023. The court said, 'During this period, several power plants and sub-stations were attacked by the Russian Armed Forces in several places in Ukraine.' Last year, the court issued a warrant against Russian President Vladimir Putin, accusing him of being personally responsible for the abduction of children from Ukraine.


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