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The policy of India will always be indian or what are the results of the visit of the US President to India
Igor Morgulov, Deputy Foreign Minister of Russia, at the end of the visit of US President Barack Obama to India, said that relations between Russia and India are valuable in themselves, having independent significance. He also quoted the words of the Deputy Foreign Minister of India, who said that Russia was, is and remains a strategic partner of India.
A breakthrough in bilateral relations cannot be called the outcome of the US President's visit to India. “You can’t talk about a breakthrough or an attempt to“ outbid ”cooperation. India is simply developing relations with all countries. This is one example of how it is possible to develop relations in a non-confrontational manner between countries, as they said before, with different socio-economic systems, ”said Boris Volkhonsky, head of the Asia sector of the Russian Institute for Strategic Studies.
Obama and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi held talks, following which the parties extended the framework agreement on military-technical cooperation for another 10 years. An agreement was also reached on an agreement on cooperation in atomic energy.
At the same time, according to the expert, the relationship between New Delhi and Washington in India itself is perceived critically: “It was not by chance that Obama was met not only by officials, but also by demonstrators with“ Hands off from India ”posters, who believe that the policy of the American leader hurts the sovereignty of other countries ", - said Boris Volkhonsky.
Head of the Indian Studies Center at the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences Tatyana Shaumyan, even on the eve of Barack Obama’s visit, told in an interview with EastRussia.ru why India's policy will always be pro-Indian.