Lavrov pushes for more active Russia-India-China cooperation | India News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and his Indian counterpart S Jaishankar discussed efforts to develop and use the Russia-India-China trilateral mechanism “more actively” in order to stabilize international relations and ensure “justice in international affairs”.
“This is especially true given that all three countries – Russia, India and China – are now members of the UN Security Council. So we have many plans,” he said. “Since Russia launched its military operation in Ukraine, Lavrov has only visited Turkey. , India and China.He answered a question about Russia looking at China and India to compensate for a likely decline in its energy exports.Russia had also proposed an RIC summit earlier this year.
“We are close partners with both countries. The three of us participate in a number of international formats … There is our ‘troika’ – RIC (Russia, India, China),” he said.


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