PM Modi addresses the Eastern Economic Forum at Vladivostok, India to extend a USD 1 billion line of credit to Russia’s Far East
Apart from PM Modi, Japanese PM Shinzo Abe, Malaysian PM Mahathir Mohammad, and Mongolian President Khaltmaagiin Battulga have attended the EEF hosted by Russian President Vladimir Putin.
We both are against outside influence in internal matters of any nation: PM Modi in a joint press conference with President Putin in Russia
Putin has called Modi as the chief guest at the summit in Russia
Russia backs India on territorial integrity and non-interference of third parties during NSA Ajit Doval’s Moscow visit
Russia backs India’s position on issues like territorial integrity and rejection of any third party intervention
Russia's ministry of foreign affairs has stated that they hope India and Pakistan will not allow the aggravation of the situation after New Delhi's decision over the change in the status of the state of Jammu and Kashmir.
Russia unable to find any document on Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose in their archive: Government in Lok Sabha
India has requested Russia several times since 2014 seeking information on Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose
Radical Christian organisations threaten Hindu Ashram in Russia, organisation reaches out to PM Modi for help
According to Prakash, radical Christian organisation not only gave them threats, but also carried out physical attacks.
The Eastern Economic forum has been meeting since 2015 to discuss business and investments in Russia's far east region. Putin had also mentioned in his recent address to Kremlin that PM Modi and Japan's Shinzo Abe will be attending the EEF this year.
Christian Missionaries are still aggressively targeting the economically deprived section of India’s population and rapidly converting them into Christianity with a mission to increase the number of “believers”.
Global leaders express their warm wishes to PM Modi on his electoral victory in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.
The Order of St Andrew the Apostle is both the highest and the oldest state decoration of Russia. The order was abolished in the erstwhile Soviet Union in 1918 and was re-established in 1998.