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Acknowledging Putin's active diplomacy despite the efforts of the West

According to Tasnim International Group, citing TASS news agency, Bloomberg news agency reported today that Russian President Vladimir Putin is engaged in active diplomatic activities, and this situation is the result of the efforts of the United States and its allies to show the isolation of the Russian leader in the world. Since the beginning of the military conflict, it has weakened Ukraine.

Bloomberg calculated that Putin made six foreign trips and had more than 20 meetings with leaders of countries in Europe, Asia, Africa, Latin America and the Middle East in the two months since his re-election to the Russian presidency.

This report points to Russia's success in attracting the countries of the global south as a counterweight to the US-dominated world order. Among the most important recent diplomatic events involving Putin, Bloomberg mentions the visit of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán to Moscow, as well as Putin's talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Korean President Kim Jong Un. North pointed.

The agency also predicted that the upcoming meeting of BRICS leaders in the Russian city of Kazan in October will again be an opportunity for Putin to have more diplomatic meetings with world leaders.

Indian Foreign Ministry: Modi's visit to Russia was very successful

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Russia was very successful, Indian First Deputy Minister of External Affairs Vinay Kotra announced at a press conference in Vienna on Wednesday. “Modi's visit was very successful and the leaders' discussions went beyond the scheduled time,” the diplomat said.

It should be noted that the Prime Minister of India traveled to Vienna yesterday and discussed with the Chancellor of Austria, Karl Nehmer, about the settlement of the situation in Ukraine. In a press conference, Nahamer mentioned that India and Austria discussed the possibility of resuming the peace process and more active interaction. According to him, it is very important for him to hear Narendra Modi's assessment of Russia's intentions.

Modi's visit to Moscow proved that Russia and India remain strategic partners

In addition, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Andrey Rudenko said on Wednesday that Narendra Modi's visit to Moscow confirmed that New Delhi considers Russia as its strategic partner, as important as the United States or other countries. “This visit has once again confirmed that India sees Russia as its strategic partner,” he said.

The talks between Vladimir Putin and Narendra Modi were held in the Kremlin on Tuesday. In this meeting, Modi announced that India is ready to help in any way it can to bring peace in Ukraine and emphasized that this goal can only be achieved through dialogue.

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