No one is fascinated by India’s foreign policy, and its independent mood is its specialty. Russia knows and understands this in a way that the United States does not. Even today, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, who visited Delhi in the midst of Ukraine’s ongoing conflict, confirmed this. He met with Indian Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar. In a post-conference conference, Jaishankar said, “I believe genuine national interest is at the heart of Indian foreign policy, and it does not work under anyone’s pressure.”
Lavrov says he’s ready to sign an oil export agreement with India.
The Russian Foreign Minister provided concise responses to questions ranging from India’s neutrality policy to oil imports. He stated that if India wishes to import oil from Russia, all US sanctions as well as the payment system will be lifted. “We are ready to negotiate and negotiate in mutual interest if India wants to buy anything from us,” he said.
In terms of foreign policy, Russia and India are similar.
In response to a question about India’s foreign policy, he stated that Russia’s foreign policy is based on the same principles as India’s. That is why the two large countries have friendly relations and are each other’s dependable partners. He said that, when it comes to traditional India-Russia relations, “we have built strong relations with India for many decades, and these relations determine the direction of our dialogue.” “We have a strategic partnership,” he explained, “and on this basis, we are assisting each other in various fields.”
#WATCH | Russian Foreign Min replies to ANI on how he sees India’s position in ongoing war,offer of oil supply to India, any confirmation on Rupee-Ruble payment&sanctions— ANI (@ANI) April 1, 2022
“If India wants to buy anything from us, ready to discuss & reach mutually acceptable cooperation,” he says pic.twitter.com/41Qh1B3qBP