Indian minister of external affairs S Jaishankar is currently on a three-day visit to Russia. He will be attending a meeting that has discussions with his interlocutors and is expected to cover an entire range of bilateral issues which include the fight against the covid-19 pandemic and various international and regional development.
The Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov in Moscow will be joining him on 9th July. The Russian foreign ministry on Thursday said that the two sides will compare each other notes on, “major global and regional issues including the political process in Afghanistan, settlements in Syria, the situation around the Iranian nuclear program”
India Russia meeting will also be discussing cooperation at the Brazil-India-China-South Africa (BRICS), And the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), the Russian foreign ministry said referring to the Russia India China grouping.
Considering the indications of the differences between Russia and India on the Indo Pacific concept the foreign ministry of Russia also said that discussions will be made and they are also expected to touch upon the approaches to the formation of reliable and invisible security architecture in the Indian and Pacific oceans.
Lavrov has been openly critical of the Indo-pacific concept and thinks that it is the key part of India’s foreign policy and cooperation under the quadrilateral security dialogue format. Last year in December he said that the western powers have been adopting an aggressive and vs policy to engage India in an anti-China game by promoting Indo-pacific strategies.
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