Russia Should Partner In Defence Manufacturing: India


Seeking redefined ties with Russia in the multilateral changing times, India on Monday called the bilateral relation one that is “neither transactional nor based on convenience”.

Vijay Gokhale, Secretary Economic Relations in the Ministry of External Affairs asked Russia, the biggest arms supplier to India, to become a partner in Indian defence manufacturing.

“This is the opportune time to move from a buyer-seller format to joint production and joint investments under our Prime Minister’s ‘Make In India’ initiative, in order to bring a new dynamism to our military-technical co-operation,” said Gokhale, addressing the second Meeting of the India-Russia Heads of Think-Tanks Forum at the Indian Council of World Affairs in Delhi. Read more…

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