• During  PM  Manmohan Singh ‘s visit he attended the 12th annual Indo-Russian summit and witnessed inking of five agreements, including one for technical assistance in joint production of 42 more frontline Sukhoi-MKI 30 jets.

  •  The uncertainty over the Kudankulam nuclear power project and said the first unit of the plant would be operationalised in a couple of weeks. The two countries reiterated their commitment to further long-term joint collaboration in the civilian nuclear energy sector as well as in the hydrocarbon sector.

  • Both sides agreed that international terrorism is a threat to peace and security, violates human rights and is a crime against humanity.

  • Russia also backed India's bid for a permanent seat in an expanded UN Security Council as well as its aspirations to join the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO), while Dr. Singh welcomed Moscow's entry to the WTO.