PM Modi to Visit Vladivostok, Summit with Russian President Putin on September 4
Soon after arriving in Vladivostok on Wednesday, Prime minister Narendra Modi will visit a major shipbuilding yard with Russian President Vladimir Putin. The two leaders will hold delegation-level talks later in the day followed by dinner.
File photo of PM Narendra Modi with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Bishkek . (Twitter/MEA)
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Russia from September 4 to 5 during which he will hold a bilateral summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin and attend the Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok, the External Affairs Ministry announced on Monday.
Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale, at a media briefing, said the visit will be a short one, lasting about 36 hours.
Its two main purposes are that the prime minister has been invited to attend the Eastern Economic Forum as one of the chief guests and he will also hold the 20th annual bilateral summit with the Russian president.
Soon after arriving in Vladivostok on Wednesday, the prime minister will visit a major shipbuilding yard with Putin. The two leaders will hold delegation-level talks later in the day followed by dinner, Gokhale said.
On Thursday, Modi will hold some bilateral meetings in the morning and subsequently participate in the plenary meeting of the Eastern Economic Forum. The prime minister and the Russian president will also attend an Judo Championship taking place in Vladivostok.
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