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Sechin triggers openings for Rosneft on Putin's trip to India

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi talks to Russian President Vladimir Putin while visiting the shipyard Zvezda, as Rosneft Russian oil giant chief Igor Sechin accompanies them, outside the far-eastern Russian port of Vladivostok, 4 September 2019, where the Eastern Economic Forum 2019 is hosted by Russia.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi talks to Russian President Vladimir Putin while visiting the shipyard Zvezda, as Rosneft Russian oil giant chief Igor Sechin accompanies them, outside the far-eastern Russian port of Vladivostok, 4 September 2019, where the Eastern Economic Forum 2019 is hosted by Russia. © Alexander Nemenov/POOL/EPA/Newscom/MaxPPP
Igor Sechin, Rosneft boss and a close friend of Vladimir Putin, jumped on board the president's trip to New Delhi to catch up with his Indian contacts. It was a successful move, ending with a major long-term supply contract for the national oil firm. [...] (566 words)
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