Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives in Vladivostok on the 4th of September for the 20th India Russia Bilateral Summit and as the chief guest at the Eastern Economic Forum. The summit will take forward the privileged strategic partnership that the two countries share with a new layer of inter- regional cooperation in the Russian Far East.
The focus on the Russian Far east comes after Commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal led a high level delegation, which included the chief Ministers of UP, Gujarat, Haryana and Goa in mid- August. While several MoUs and B2B agreements are expected to be finalized by Business leaders on the sidelines of the summit, at least 12 would be exchanged in the presence of PM Modi and President Putin.
There are several sessions involving India at the 5th Eastern Economic forum. Among them are harnessing the power of Youth, Logistics- a digital pathway, Human Capital in Eurasia, and the Russia India business dialogue.
The EEF is held on the campus of the Far Eastern Federal University, one of Russia’s oldest universities, and gives the students a chance to experience World Affairs right on their campus.
Prime Minister is likely to have bilateral meetings with his counterparts from Japan, Malaysia and Mongolia. India will further consolidate its relationship with all these countries and look for new areas of cooperation in the Russian far East