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3.High monetary value – In addition, it was done by an exchange system, as India and Pakistan could not agree on monetary transactions, although its annual value rose from RR 1 in 2008-09 to more than 3,000 kronor. In the 1980s, despite the assassination of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi by Sikh separatists by Sikh separatists, a pillar of Indo-Soviet friendly relations, India maintained close relations with the Soviet Union. Recalling the high priority of relations with the Soviet Union in Indian foreign policy, the new Indian Prime Minister, Rajiv Gandhi, visited the Soviet Union during his first state visit abroad in May 1985 and signed two long-term economic agreements with the Soviet Union. According to Rejaul Karim Laskar, a scholar of Indian foreign policy, During this visit, Rajiv Gandhi developed a personal relationship with Soviet Secretary General Mikhail Gorbachev. [23] In return, Gorbachev`s first visit to a third world state was his meeting with Rajiv Gandhi in New Delhi at the end of 1986. Secretary-General Gorbachev unsuccessfully urged Rajiv Gandhi to help the Soviet Union establish an Asian collective security system. Gorbachev`s support for this proposal, which was also made by Leonid Brezhnev, was an indication of the continued Soviet interest in using close relations with India as a means of containing China. With the improvement of Sino-Soviet relations in the late 1980s, China`s containment was less of a priority, but close ties with India remained important as an example of Gorbachev`s new Third World policy. Historically, there is a long history of space cooperation between the Soviet Union and India. For example, Aryabhata was India`s first satellite,[71] named after an Indian astronomer of the same name.

[72] It was launched by the Soviet Union on April 19, 1975[71] by Kapustin Yar with a 3M cosmos launcher. The only Indian who visited space, Rakesh Sharma, was also created by the Soviet Union. Two bilateral agreements in space were signed during President Vladimir Putin`s visit to India in December 2004.

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