Foreign Ministers of Russia-India-China or RIC are expected to meet in near future in China to take stock of current fluidity in geo-politics including situation in Afghanistan in the backdrop of US decision to withdraw troops and efforts to enter into a deal with Taliban.
Strengthening multilateralism and reforming multilateral institutions including UN and WTO besides the need for open economy, countering terror, strengthening BRICS and SCO will also be on the agenda of the ..
meet, according to informed sources.
The meet is also significant amid evolving situation in Syria from where USA has also decided to withdraw troops and three foreign ministers are also expected to take stock of the situation in West Asia.
Over the past year India has stepped up engagements with both Russia and China that included informal summits in the backdrop of tumultuous geo-politics.
Last November Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Russian President Vladimir and Chinese Pres ..
The three leaders had exchanged views on expanding mutual cooperation in international forums, and to encourage greater interaction among the three countries.
They agreed on the importance of reform and strengthening of multilateral institutions which have benefited the world, including the United Nations, WTO and well-established as well as new global financial institutions.