Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is on a four-nation tour to Europe, arrived in Russia from Spain on Wednesday.
The prime minister will begin his Russia tour on Thursday with a visit to the Piskariovskoe cemetery, a memorial built for 500,000 Russians killed in Leningrad during World War II. He will also be attending 18th India-Russia Annual Summit on Thursday. He will then be received by Russian President Vladimir Putin at the Konstantin Palace, the latter’s official residence where he hosts world leaders. After the summit, Putin will also reportedly host the prime minister at a private dinner in St Petersburg. Read More…
Credit By: Indian Express
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