India Has No Agreement With Russia To Send More Than 500 Products

MEA spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said, I am not sure if there is any deal with Russia on Moscow sending a list of more than 500 items for potential delivery . Bagchi said, We have regular discussions with Russia on how to expand trade, how to expand it .

New Delhi: In his weekly briefing, MEA spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said, I am not sure if there is any deal with Russia on Moscow sending a list of more than 500 items for potential delivery, which includes parts for cars, aircraft, and trains to India.I'm not sure if there is an agreement as such or if such items have been delivered.This is a standard feature, and nothing else should be read into it, he said.However, he said, We have regular discussions with Russia on how to expand trade, how to expand it, and this has been going on for many years.

There is also demand for bumpers, seatbelts, and infotainment equipment on planes.Because almost all of them are of foreign manufacture, they are in a serious shortage.Global automakers are also leaving the market, according to a source in Russia's automobile exports industry, who said the trade ministry had sent a list of vehicle parts to corresponding ministries and state agencies in other nations, including India, according to a report released by Reuters.According to the paper examined by Reuters, raw materials for paper, paper bags, and consumer packaging, as well as textiles such as yarns and dyes are on the list.

As the Russia-Ukraine conflict has dominated the worlds highest diplomatic arena, India has strongly advocated for the need to end the conflict by dialogue and diplomacy and has refused to take sides with the West.Some of them have already been implemented.As India's Presidency begins, Bangladeshi President Biagchi officially started his MEA weekly presser by sporting a G20 badge.The Hornbill Festival in Kohima puts a special emphasis on the G20.

The G20 needs to engage in multilateral dialogue, especially on problems impacting the world, such as the Ukraine conflict.I would not be able to say anything more.According to Bagchi, the grouping needs to unite on particular topics that impact the region.

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