Modi European Tour

Prime Minister Narendra Modi met Russian President Vladimir Putin in St Petersburg on Thursday and the two nations finished up a quite anticipated agreement to manufacture the last two units of the Kudankulam nuclear power plant in Tamil Nadu.

After Putin, he is expected to meet US President Donald Trump on June 26 in Washington, Hindustan Times has learnt.

This would be an exceedingly foreseen initially meeting between the two after Trump took office in January. Government sources said counter-terrorism, maritime security and Afghanistan will top Modi’s motivation amid his two-day visit to the US from June 25.

In St Petersburg, the Russian President’s main residence, Modi and Putin talked about approaches to take their vitality and vital ties forward.

Russia and India marked five agreements, mirroring the organization between the conventional partners.

The Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited and Russia’s Atomstroyexport, an auxiliary of Rosatom, the controller of Russia’s nuclear complex, will mutually manufacture the reactors of the 6,000 megawatt plant. The last two units will have an ability to create 1,000MW of energy.

“Worldwide relations see high points and low points, however history is witness Indo-Russia relations have not seen any good and bad times,” the Prime Minister said and expressed gratitude toward President Putin for assuming a pivotal part in getting India the SCO enrollment.

Putin said India will turn into an undeniable individual from the SCO in seven days.

Additionally, he said in a selective meeting to PTI that Russia does not have any “tight” military relationship with Pakistan, and declared that its dear companionship with India can’t be weakened.

Be that as it may, he avoided a question on Kashmir, saying “regardless of where the risk originates from, it is unsatisfactory and we will dependably bolster India in its battle against terrorism”.

Modi, who is on a four-country visit, will return from France on June 3. He will go to Astana in Kazakhstan for the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) summit on June 8 and 9.

His official capacities in Washington will be kept to the principal half of June 26.

The likelihood of the Indian private part’s sense of duty regarding make jobs and openings in the US is probably going to be his plan. That could be an endeavor to extension holes as most recent US arrangements are unfriendly to migrant specialists taking after Trump’s survey guarantee to make and secure American jobs. On his way to the US, he will stop in the Netherlands. He will visit Portugal on his arrival travel.