External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj at the India-Russia Business Dialogue of Eastern Economic Forum (EEF) said that the dialogue should aim to bridge knowledge gap between businesses of both countries.
Speaking on the occasion in Russian port city Vladivostok, Ms Swaraj said, business dialogue between the two nations should exist to identify areas of common interest and potential with focus on mutual strengths and complementarity.
India and Russia’s business dialogue is to identify actions to be taken by both the governments to further facilitate investments and trade.
The EEF is considered as the biggest international communication platform for cooperation between businesses leaders and senior government representatives from Russia, the Pacific Region and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).
Delegates from at least 24 countries including the US, Japan, China, Australia, Canada, Britain and Germany are attending the gathering.