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|December 21, 1998||
Russia favours 'strategic triangle' among India, Russia and China
Russian Prime Minister Yevgeny Primakov today strongly favoured the establishment of a ''strategic triangle'' among India, Russia and China to ensure peace and stability in the world.
''If we succeed in establishing a strategic triangle, it will be very good,'' he told the media soon after he was accorded a ceremonial welcome in the forecourt of Rashtrapati Bhavan.
Primakov, who arrived in New Delhi last evening on a three-day visit, pointed out that a lot in this region depended on the policies pursued by India, China and Russia.
Primakov reiterated his country's stand that the air strikes by the United States and the United Kingdom on Iraq were without the mandate of the United Nations Security Council. ''We will never change our position on Iraq... We are very negative about the use of force, bypassing the UN Security Council.''
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