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Bilateral Russian-Indian cooperation: the outcome of the talks between Vladimir Putin and Narendra Modi
Following the talks with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, President Vladimir Putin made a number of important statements - INTERFAX reports.
Russia expressed its intention to help India to establish a national mobile operator.
Russia also offers its Indian partners civil aircraft products - MS-21 and Sukhoi Superjet 100 aircraft.
Next year, with the assistance of Sibur Holding, one of the largest butyl rubber plants in the world will start operating in the home state of the Prime Minister of India.
At the same time, the President noted the other side of Russian-Indian cooperation. Russia intends to encourage in every possible way the participation of Indian companies in the Russian economy, in particular, in the formation of industrial parks on the territory of the Russian Federation, the production of fertilizers, the development of the coal industry and pharmaceuticals.
The countries are ready for bilateral cooperation in the field of peaceful space in the use of the GLONASS satellite navigation system and in the development of low-orbit vehicles.