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A package of agreements signed following Russian-Indian talks

June 1, 2017

Russian-Indian talks took place in St Petersburg, following which a package of cooperation agreements was signed.

Vladimir Putin and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi witnessed the signing of an agreement on intellectual property, a master framework agreement on building two units at the Kudankulam nuclear power plant, a programme of bilateral cultural exchanges for 2017–2019, an agreement on a feasibility study for a high-speed link between Nagpur and Secunderabad, and a memorandum on cooperation between joint stock company ALROSA and India’s Gem and Jewellery Export Promotion Council.

Prime Minister Modi’s visit also saw the signing of documents on building Russian-designed nuclear power plants at new sites in India, developing a bilateral leasing platform, developing bilateral investment activity, and developing rail transport vehicles.

Vladimir Putin and Narendra Modi adopted the St Petersburg Declaration between the Russian Federation and the Republic of India: A Vision for the 21st Century.

Mr Putin and Mr Modi made press statements following their talks.

June 1, 2017