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Relations between Russia and India Represent Real Strategic Cooperation

Vyacheslav Trubnikov

Partnership between Russia and India is becoming even more important in the context of the new nature of international relations being advocated by the BRIC nations – Brazil, Russia, India and China. Russian Ambassador to India (2004-2009) Vyacheslav Trubnikov talks about the key areas of cooperation between the two countries and the prospects for strengthening of bilateral ties.

Relations between Russia and India Represent Real Strategic Cooperation


SECURITY INDEX №3 (92), 2010