Prime Minister Narendra Modi said today at the Eastern Economic Forum 2021 that India and Russia's friendship has stood the test of time. He said it was most recently seen during the COVID-19 pandemic, when there was strong cooperation, including in the area of vaccines.The Eastern Economic Forum 2021 will be held at the Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU) campus in Vladivostok, Russia, from September 2-4."India has a talented and dedicated workforce,
While the Far East is rich in resources. So, there is tremendous scope for Indian talent to contribute to the development of the Russian Far East," PM Modi said.He added that energy is another major pillar of the strategic partnership between both countries. "India-Russia energy partnership can help bring stability to the global energy market."When the Prime Minister visited Vladivostok in 2019 for the Forum,
He proclaimed India's commitment to a "Act Far East strategy," according to the Prime Minister. "Our 'Special and Privileged Strategic Partnership' with Russia includes this policy.""In Indian history and civilization, the word "Sangam" has a special meaning. It means confluence, or coming together of rivers, peoples or ideas. In my view, Vladivostok is truly a sangam of Eurasia and the Pacific," the PM added.In 2015, Russian President Vladimir Putin launched the Eastern Economic Forum to boost the economic growth of Russia's Far East and to expand international collaboration in the Asia-Pacific area.
Source: Business Today
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