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Over the past five days, India's foreign minister conducted a busy agenda in Russian lands, which included meetings with President Vladimir Putin, his counterpart Sergei Lavrov and Deputy Prime Minister and Head of Industry and Trade Denis Manturov.

During the meetings, Jaishankar held a broad exchange of views on bilateral cooperation in the areas of trade and economics, energy, defense, connectivity, cultural and people-to-people exchanges and cooperation between regions of the two countries, the Foreign Ministry confirmed in a summary this Saturday. South Asian nation.

The New Delhi representative also shared with Moscow authorities perspectives on global and regional developments, including multilateral cooperation.

During the visit, three documents related to the Kudan Kulam nuclear power plants, a memorandum on cooperation in the pharmaceutical and health sectors and a protocol on Foreign Ministry consultations were signed, diplomatic sources said.

The Indian Foreign Minister also interacted with Russian think tanks and academics and exchanged views on the prospects of India's foreign policy and Russia-India relations.

The rich contribution of cultural ties and people-to-people exchanges to strengthening goodwill and friendship between India and Russia was reflected in Jaishankar's interaction with the Indian diaspora in Moscow, the authorities of the South Asian country explained.

The Indian Foreign Minister then met with Governor Alexander Beglov in St. Petersburg and discussed the possibilities of cooperation in the economic and cultural spheres.

Likewise, the Indian President held a meeting with a diverse representative group of Indologists, that is, scholars of the languages, texts, history and cultures of the South Asian subcontinent, at the city's university, known as the capital of the Russian North.

During the meeting, views were exchanged on how to improve a better understanding and direct appreciation of events in the two countries.

Jaishankar also shared with teachers and students of School No. 653, named after Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore, which is considered an important Russian educational center and teaches Hindi as part of its regular curriculum.

For New Delhi, its Foreign Minister's visit to Russia provided an opportunity to review ongoing bilateral cooperation and explore ways to further strengthen the special and privileged strategic partnership between the two countries.

Diplomatic sources confirmed that India-Russia relations have remained strong and stable based on strategic convergences, geopolitical interests and mutually beneficial cooperation.

On the other hand, during the week, the latest details regarding the construction of the temple to Lord Ram in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh, on the ruins of a Muslim mosque, to which Prensa Latina had access, also made headlines.

The inauguration of the majestic building honoring God Ram, the seventh avatar of the preserver of the universe Vishnu, is scheduled for January 22 next year as part of the Pran Pratishtha or idol dedication ceremony celebrations.

According to reports, the event in the city that celebrates the birth of the Hindu God in the scriptures promises to be a very special event with the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the company of more than eight thousand guests, including 1,600 personalities.

More specifically, the Indian dignitary inaugurated a new international airport and railway station in Adhoyha this Saturday, as part of the temple's renovation and construction project, which cost 20 billion rupees, about $240 million.