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Russian-Indian talks

December 16, 2011, The Kremlin, Moscow

Dmitry Medvedev held talks at the Kremlin with Prime Minister of India Manmohan Singh.

Following their talks, Mr Medvedev and Mr Singh adopted a joint declaration on continued strengthening of the Russian-Indian strategic partnership.

The two leaders also witnessed the signing of a number of cooperation agreements, in particular Protocol No. 2 to the Intergovernmental Agreement of October 3, 2000, on provision of technical assistance in organising production of SU-30MKI aircraft. Also signed were an educational exchange programme between Russia’s Education and Science Ministry and India’s Human Resources Development Ministry, a memorandum of understanding between the Russian Federal Anti-Monopoly Service and India’s Federal Competition Commission, a memorandum between Russia’s Federal Healthcare and Social Development Monitoring Service and India’s Central Drugs Standard Control Organisation, and a protocol of intent between the Siberian Agreement regional association and India’s Department of Science and Technology on treatment and safe use of fly ash.

Mr Medvedev and Mr Singh gave a joint news conference following the signings.

Following their talks, Mr Medvedev and Mr Singh met with Russian and Indian business community representatives.

December 16, 2011, The Kremlin, Moscow