20 June, 14:00–15:15

The Russian-Indian bilateral economic relationship is considered by both parties as a privileged strategic partnership, based upon close and multifaceted trade ties and deepening investment activities. What can we expect over the medium and long term for furthering cooperation in sectors such as energy, industry, IT and communications, pharmaceuticals and agriculture?


Key moments

One of the things that Indian business would like to do is to collaborate with Russian universities to see how we can get Russian youth to come to India and give them exposure to the Indian economy, Indian policy, and Indian business.
Chandrajit Banerjee
It’s true that our countries have deeply influenced each other over a long period.
Anand Sharma
We’re prepared for new relations and ready to establish joint production processes together with you in order to realize the plans – both yours and ours – which will take our countries’ global economic standing to the next level.
Oleg Sienko
We’re counting on the development of cooperation in aviation, transport, mechanical engineering, automobile construction, and other areas where we feel we have potential and something to offer in terms of knowledge and expertise.
Denis Manturov
India’s private sector considers Russia a country of great opportunity.
Kris Gopalakrishnan