(Itar-Tass) - The results of an official visit to India by Russian President Vladimir Putin on January 25 to 26 will be fixed in a joint statement as well as in a package of a dozen documents on cooperation in different spheres, Kremlin aide Sergei Prikhodko told Tass ahead of the visit.
A package of major bilateral document aimed at promoting Russian-Indian relations in trade, economic, energy, scientific and cultural spheres will be signed during President Vladimir Putin's visit, Prikhodko said.
The main results of the talks are to be fixed in a joint statement, he added. Prikhodko said over 10 documents are prepared for the signing. If some of them are not signed, it will be for purely technical reasons, he warned, reports Trend.
He said the sides were planning to sign an agreement on the use of means coming in payment of India's debt to Russia. We believe it will be possible to use the rupee debt as Russia's contribution in joint with India ventures, in particular in the sphere of high technologies, Prikhodko added.
Some documents will concern cooperation in the energy sphere. Several agreements on cooperation in the development of peaceful nuclear energy are expected, he said. The Kremlin aide explained that it concerns cooperation within the framework of the construction of the Kudankulam nuclear power plant in India.
An agreement on cooperation in space is also among the documents to be signed. It will let India join the Russian GLONASS space-based navigation system. The sides are also expected to sign an agreement on cooperation in the customs sphere.
A separate package of documents will concern humanitarian cooperation.