Russian companies find India a good investment destination: PM Modi at CEOs forum

PM Modi sought to give credit to Russian companies for showing interest in doing business with India.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: June 1, 2017 8:55 pm
Narendra modi, Vladimir Putin, India Russia summit, Indo Russia summit, Russia India summit, Modi putin, Modi putin meeting, Modi Putin meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi at CEOs forum in St Petersburg, Russia. (Source: ANI)

Prime Minister Narendra Modi held wide-ranging bilateral talks and discussed international issues of mutual interest with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday during the Indo-Russia summit in Russia’s St Petersburg. The meeting started with PM Modi expressing happiness for being able to visit the Russian President’s hometown as Prime Minister, with Putin saying India will become a full-fledged member of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) in a week. Meanwhile, shortly after the bilateral talks between the two world leaders, Modi and Putin addressed a joint CEOs forum, where the Prime Minister appreciated Russia’s commitment to strengthening ties with India. “Russia has been by our side from time to time, even the business community helps bring both countries closer,” he said.

PM Modi sought to give credit to Russian companies for showing interest in doing business with India. “Russian companies find India a good investment destination: In changing world, trade and commerce have huge role to play,” he said. While agreeing to India’s standpoint on increasing business opportunities between the two countries, Putin also pledged to increase investments into India.

This is for the first time Indo-Russia summit was happening outside Moscow in St Petersburg. During this summit, India and Russia are expected to sign 12 agreements in sectors such as science and technology, railways, cultural exchanges and other business areas.

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  1. N
    Jun 1, 2017 at 10:02 pm
    Russia is a very reliable and consistent supplier of Russian sperms for the past 70 years for the Aryans. Even after impregnating Aryan women with Russian sperms for the past 70 years and anti tion that those highly intelligent Brahmins born out of the collaboration and planting them as heads of all scientific organizations all over the Bharat would one day deliver highly advanced technology and products, NOTHING HAPPENED. Now Aryans again want to try for another 70 years the Russian sperm as a gra ude for the past 70 years and at the same time look for alternative sperms. Israelites have totally agreed to help Aryans and Modi has already gifted 13000 crores as advance to the intelligent Israelites. So be hopeful Aryans. Your descendants are hopefully going to be intelligent and they are hopefully going to develop advanced technologies for Bharat Mata and they all will be CEOs of all scientific/defense orgs.
    1. M
      Jun 1, 2017 at 10:11 pm
      @Nathan: I have visited many scientific inst ti tuitions around India and there is a general fee that all those ins utions were basically established to provide employement for brahmins in top positions and for that they need some country that supplies technology to sustain their employment. Objective was and is not to develop anything but only indigenization and for that a number of artifi ci ally arranged foreign trips to those countries. Past 70 years has been flourishing for the brahmins and they want the status quo to continue-all so selfish. Otherwise these display of patriotism through COW are just to fool around.Under the ground those pigs are digging deep seek only buried human S H I T!
      1. H
        Jun 1, 2017 at 11:01 pm
        That is because INDO-RUSSIANS(ARYA-BRAHMINS) are S H I T SCARED that if Indigenous South Asians are allowed to invent and develop advanced technology, then that will show INDO-RUSSIANS(ARYA-BRAHMINS) in poor light which they wanted to avoid as long as possible. After all it is their ego that is important for them than any country they are in, isn't it.