Vladivostok, Russia, Sep 4: Prime Minister Narendra Modi who is in Russia to attend the prestigious Eastern Economic Forum meet as the chief guest, on Wednesday, visited the 'street of far east' exhibition. He was also accompanied by Russian President Vladimir Putin. "Bringing the ‘Far East’ near. PM Narendra Modi accompanied by President Putin visited ‘Street of the Far East’ exhibition capturing the warm culture of eastern coast.
Russian Far East opened its arms to Indians decades ago boosting people-to-people ties b/w the two countries." the MEA spokesperson said in a tweet. India and Russia on Wednesday inked a 'solid package of bilateral documents' on multiple sectors including defence, trade, investment and industrial sector, education and culture -- imparting a major boost to the bilateral ties and strategic partnership.
The Far East Street exhibition is being held from September 3-8 as part of the 5th Eastern Economic Forum. The ‘Far East Street’ exhibition is one of the main events of the Eastern Economic Forum's cultural programme. The exhibition demonstrates the economic and investment potential, tourism opportunities, and cultural traditions of all of Russia's Far Eastern regions.(UNI)