Russia and India attempt to boost cultural and economic relations through multilateral agreements. The Russian Association for International Cooperation signed the deal with India-Russia foundation and Friendship society of India.
Discussing the cooperation between two countries, Sergey Kalashnikov, Chairman of the Presidium of the RAIC, emphasised saying, “We know that India is developing very fast. And this development (signing of agreement) covers the technical sphere, different humanitarian aspects, and we are confident that our ties are really the ties of strategic partners.”
“I am confident that today’s meeting will give impetus to multi-dimensional and multi-level ties between Russia and India” Kalashnikov added. The RAIC had a meeting with President of Indian Council of Cultural Relations (ICCR) Vinay Sahasrabuddhe, before the signing of the trilateral agreement.
Nikolay Kudashev, Russian Ambassador to India informed saying, “I would like to say that now the world has to choose between two options, either we return to the past, or we create the new humanitarian order.”
“This would be the road for the new level of international, interstate relations based on new cultural, humanitarian relations. And in this sense, the culture is not about some artefacts of the past,” said Kudashev.
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