Russia and India can sign the 3 agreements during the visit of the head of the Indian Ministry

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India and Russia may sign three agreements during the upcoming visit to Moscow of the head of the Indian Ministry of Rajnath Singh, said in a statement on Saturday, the message of the government of the country.

As reported earlier by RIA Novosti in the Ministry of foreign Affairs of India, Singh will visit Russia from 26 to 29 November.

«It is likely that the Minister of internal Affairs of India Rajnath Singh will sign an agreement on cooperation between the Ministry of internal Affairs of India and the Russian office. He also will sign a joint action plan between the Office for drug control and Ministry of internal Affairs of the Russian Federation. Signing with the Russian interior Ministry a comprehensive agreement on cooperation in the fight against terrorism and organized crime will strengthen Russian-Indian cooperation through exchange of information and experience. It will also help more effectively to combat terrorism and strengthen security in the region», — stated in the message.

The government said that during a three-day visit, Singh is scheduled to meet with interior Minister Vladimir Kolokoltsev, Secretary of the Russian security Council Nikolai Patrushev, the head EMERCOM of Russia Vladimir Puchkov and Director of the FSB Alexander Bortnikov. The Indian Minister also intends to visit the Russian control Center in crisis situations under EMERCOM of the Russian Federation.

«The discussions will focus on the entire range of bilateral, regional and international issues of interest for both countries», — stated in the government of India.

Rajnath Singh was planning to visit Russia with official visit in September last year. But then the visit was postponed indefinitely due to the attack of militants on a military unit in Indian Kashmir, which claimed the lives of 19 servicemen.