Russian Strategic Partnership with China and India Examined by Delo
Ljubljana, 4 December - During his visit to New Delhi, Russian President Vladimir Putin used the words "strategic partnership" in relation to India, right after having used the very same expression in Beijing, of course in relation to China. Russian strategists have been petting the idea of connecting Russia, China and India into a big triangle for a while now, and Putin has once again encouraged the two great powers to consider this a visionary option that could handle numerous Asian and world problems, says Wednesday's edition of a Slovenian daily.
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