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Moscow. In a one-on-one meeting with Indian National Security Advisor Ajit Doval, Russian President Vladimir Putin ushered all delegates and officials out of the room. Giving this information to News84Media, sources said there was a conversation between Putin and Doval for about 55 minutes.

Ajit Doval met with the Russian President on February 9, where the two countries agreed to continue working on the implementation of the India-Russia strategic partnership.

Statement issued by both countries
The Indian Embassy in Moscow had tweeted in this regard: “NSA Ajit Doval met His Excellency President Putin. During this meeting, in-depth discussions took place on bilateral and regional issues. (Both) agreed to continue working on the implementation of the India-Russia strategic partnership. While the Kremlin said President Putin had met with heads of delegations participating in multilateral consultations on Afghanistan.

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On the other hand, a source said, “It was a face-to-face meeting. Putin wanted all delegations and officials to leave the room. After that, the two discussed bilateral matters. He also said: “The sharing of perception was an important aspect that they discussed… It is important that the Russian president spoke face to face with the NSA. It was a 55 minute meeting.

Doval traveled to Russia to discuss Afghanistan
Doval had arrived in Moscow on Wednesday to attend the fifth meeting of Security Council/NSA secretaries on Afghanistan. Quoting President Putin on Afghanistan, the Kremlin said: “We are also concerned that non-regional forces are trying to use the situation in Afghanistan to expand or build their infrastructure. He said: “These countries will do this under the pretext of fighting international terrorism, but they are not doing anything that is really necessary to fight terrorism in reality.”

On the other hand, while addressing Wednesday’s meeting, Doval had clearly stated that no country should be allowed to use Afghan land to spread terrorism and extremism and that India will never let the people Afghan alone in case of need.

In addition to Russia and India, representatives from Iran, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, China, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan took part in this meeting. At the same time, Doval’s visit to Russia is considered very important, as he visited Russia ahead of the G-20 foreign ministers’ meeting to be held in Delhi in a few weeks. At the same time, it is said that Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov may come to India to attend the meeting to be held on March 1-2. (with language input)

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