January 30, 1993 |
Visiting President Boris N. Yeltsin said Friday that Moscow wants to keep the peace among Russia, China and India as part of a new foreign policy more balanced between East and West. "Peaceful relations among the three . . . could be a stabilizing factor, not only in Asia but in the world," he said. Yeltsin spoke at the end of a three-day visit during which he solved a debt dispute with India and agreed to speed the supply of military spare parts here.
January 29, 1993 |
Russian President Boris N. Yeltsin mended fences with longtime Soviet ally India on Thursday by reaching deals on debt repayment and new factories to make spare parts for the Indian military. Yeltsin called his visit to India, and earlier trips to China and South Korea, efforts to restructure post-Soviet foreign policy and counter hard-line Russian criticism that he is too pro-Western. Yeltsin and Indian Prime Minister P. V.
May 5, 1992 |
Russia said it would go ahead with a $250-million contract to sell rocket engines to India despite a U.S. warning that this could lead to trade penalties for both countries. "We are going to confirm within this contract our obligations . . .," Russian First Deputy Prime Minister Gennady E. Burbulis told a news conference in New Delhi. He also said Russian President Boris Yeltsin would visit India in the second half of this year and sign a friendship treaty.