Russia, India, China Hold Regular Consultations On Burning International Problems

Russian Foreign minister Igor Ivanov told a Delhi news conference Friday that Russia, India and China conduct regular consultations on the most crucial international problems but they are not in for forming a bloc whatsoever. According to the minister, Russia, India and China play an important role on the international arena and have close or similar positions on the majority of issues. The countries constantly hold consultations and intend to go on the teamwork in seeking to establish a just, democratic world order. The same position was expressed by Jaswant Singh, Indian Minister of External Affairs and Defense, who stressed that such consultations should not result in formation of a system of blocs of the "cold war" times.

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