"There are a number of agreements in the pipeline. We are looking at a document that will carry forward India's cooperation with Russia in the Far East. A number of documents are there also in the defence field, in the space field, in the nuclear field. We also expect forward movement in the field of energy — hydrocarbons, oil, gas, coking coal", Varma said.
The statement of the envoy comes in the run-up to the upcoming Eastern Economic Forum (EEF) and the separate India-Russia bilateral summit in Vladivostok, where Russian President Vladimir Putin and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi are expected to meet in order to discuss relations between the two countries.