- Prime Minister Modi talks to Russian President Vladimir Putin
- Thanked Russia for its support in India’s fight against Kovid-19
- Said, our cooperation on Sputnik-V will help humanity in fighting the epidemic.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday spoke to Russian President Vladimir Putin and discussed the situation arising out of Kovid-19. During this time the two leaders reviewed bilateral cooperation in other areas including space exploration and renewable energy. Modi gave this information by tweeting. He said that during the talks it was agreed to establish “two plus two” ministerial
He said, ‘I had a good conversation with my friend President Putin today. We discussed the situation arising out of Kovid-19 and I thanked President Putin for the help and cooperation that Russia was giving in the fight against it. ‘
He said, ‘We reviewed our various bilateral cooperation in other areas including space exploration, renewable energy and hydrogen economy. Cooperation between us on Sputnik-5 vaccine will help humanity in the fight against this epidemic. ‘
In view of the fast pace of the fast growing Kovid-19 transition in India, Prime Minister Modi is constantly discussing phone calls with many world leaders. Recently, he also spoke to US President Joe Biden.