This is the second time this week, Russian President Vladimir Putin admired India and its people.
Earlier in the month of October he also has praised Prime Minister Modi. This is all now a message to America and now for China too after the November 3rd Chinese oppose of Russia for his possible use of nuclear weapons against Ukraine.
Indian External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar is going to visit Moscow on November 7 & 8 and ahead of his visit the admiration shows the intensity of the amity between the two superpowers of the world today.
And yes, India also is firm on his policy of friendship for Russia with abstaining again on yet another UN resolution involving Ukraine.
By calling Indians “talented” and “driven”, Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke about the “outstanding results” that India is going to achieve in terms of its development.
In the beginning of this week itself, Putin showered words of praises for Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. All these positive Russian remarks come just ahead of External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar’s journey to Moscow on the 7th & 8th of November starting from tomorrow.