Russia is going to give a big gift to India to repay the favor of G20. Russia has invited India to its city Vladivostok to attend a major meeting of the Eastern Economic Forum. This is a city in Russia which is adjacent to the border of China.
In the G20 meeting, India did what the world considered impossible. People who hate PM Modi were saying that no consensus will be reached on the issue of Ukraine. The G20 summit to be held in India will be the first such summit which will end without any declaration. But India not only issued a joint declaration. In fact, he did not displease even his friend by mentioning the war in Ukraine without mentioning Russia. Along with this, western countries were also influenced.
Russia is going to give a big gift to India to repay the favor of G20. Russia has invited India to its city Vladivostok to attend a major meeting of the Eastern Economic Forum. This is a city in Russia which is adjacent to the border of China. China is constantly trying to capture Vladivostok. You can also call Vladivostok as Baluchistan of Russia. Because this area of Russia is a storehouse of natural resources. That’s why China’s evil eyes are fixed here. Vladivostok was once ruled by the Chinese monarchy. At that time, the Ching Empire ruled there and the name of the city was also Hishenwei. When Britain attacked in 1839 during the First Opium War, the city was captured and renamed Port.
According to the statement, visiting Union Minister for Ports, Shipping and Waterways Sarbananda Sonowal and Russian Federation Minister for Development of Far East and Arctic A. O. Chekunkov discussed maritime cooperation. Accordingly, the two leaders discussed various issues related to maritime communications between India and Russia to broaden maritime cooperation, including the Northern Sea Route (NSR) as well as the Eastern Sea Corridor (EMC) between Vladivostok and Chennai. The possibility of using new transport corridors is also included. Currently, the time taken to transport goods from India to Far East Russia via Europe is approximately 40 days, which will reduce to 24 days with the construction of this corridor. The existing trade route between Mumbai and St. Petersburg, Russia is 8,675 nautical miles and in the Chennai-Vladivostok sea route, this distance will be reduced to 5,600 nautical miles.