Russian President Vladimir Putin and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will adopt a joint statement after their talks in New Delhi on Monday, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov said, APA reports citing TASS.
"A lot of important documents will be signed on the sidelines of the visit. I will mention the most important - a joint statement following the results of the 21st Russian-Indian summit," Peskov said. "This statement will be adopted, it is not signed," he added. "It is a very important document, which practically fully reviews the entire broad range of issues on the agenda of Russian-Indian cooperation," he added.
Peskov said Putin was currently on his way to New Delhi. The talks are preceded by a meeting in the 2+2 format - talks involving the defense and foreign ministers of Russia and India.
"Then, there will be a business meeting of Putin and Modi, after which the conversation will continue in the format of a business lunch," he said.