MOSCOW, December 6. /TASS/. The extension of the list of goods in mutual trade, mainly through technological exchange, is regarded as one of top tasks for the Russian-Indian relations, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Alexey Overchuk said at the annual international Eurasian conference on intellectual property and technologies.
"Reaching a trade balance, extension of the list of goods in mutual trade, mainly through technological exchange, is regarded as one of the key tasks for the Russian-Indian relations. In this context the issue of the protection of intellectual rights in India, Russia and other Eurasian countries integrated by a common market and deep trade and economic ties is becoming particularly important," according to Overchuk’s greetings read out by Russian Deputy Economic Development Minister Dmitry Volvach.
It is most essential to develop cooperation with India in all areas, "including trade, investment, technological exchange" due to geopolitical and economic changes in the world, Overchuk noted, adding that established partnership relations with India will drive the growth of the economies of Eurasian countries.