Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed the situation around Ukraine and how Moscow had resolved an armed mercenary mutiny in a telephone call today. The Kremlin said that PM Modi had expressed support for what the Kremlin called the Russian leadership's decisive actions in handling the mutiny by the Wagner mercenary group last Saturday.
"In connection with the events of June 24 in Russia, Narendra Modi expressed understanding and support for the decisive actions of the Russian leadership to protect law and order, ensure stability in the country and the security of its citizens," it said.
Vladimir Putin Claims He's Back in Control However Russia's Elite Isn't Sure The two leaders also discussed their countries' cooperation within the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) and the G20.
Russian President appreciated Make In India effort promoted by the Indian Prime Minister, the success of the program and his willingness to replicate the same in his country.