Russian President Putin will hold talks on November 30 with Vietnamese President Nguyen Xuan Phuc
Russian President Vladimir Putin will hold talks on Tuesday, November 30 with Vietnamese leader Nguyen Xuan Phuc. The meeting in Moscow was announced by the press service of the Kremlin, writes TASS.
During the talks, the leaders intend to discuss topical issues of a comprehensive strategic partnership between the countries in various fields, including political dialogue, trade and economic, military-technical , scientific and technological cooperation, as well as humanitarian contacts. In addition, the presidents will exchange views on the regional agenda, the Kremlin specified.
On November 25, Serbian President Aleksandr Vucic held talks with Vladimir Putin in Sochi. It was noted that the topics of partnership in the political, trade, economic, cultural and humanitarian spheres were to be discussed.
In addition, it became known that Vladimir Putin will visit India on December 6. During the talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, it is expected to discuss the development of relations, as well as the international agenda.