According to the Russian satellite news agency on December 21, Russian Ambassador to India Nikolai Kudashev said he hoped that Russian President Putin’s trip to India postponed due to the epidemic would be completed in the first half of 2021.
Kudashev said, “The pandemic has made it more difficult to hold contacts and affected the frequency of face-to-face meetings, but in general, it has not changed the density of Russian-Indian political and economic dialogue.
The summit was originally scheduled for October this year and underwent large-scale preparations, but with the agreement of both sides, it was decided to postpone the meeting to next year. When will this meeting be held? The sooner the better.
I hope we can meet the Russian President here in India in the first half of next year.
Russian President Putin and Indian Prime Minister Modi meet every year. The most recent was in the fall of 2019, when Modi visited Vladivostok as a guest of the Oriental Economic Forum.