They added that they were opposed any recourse to unilateralism or lack of respect to sovereignty, ignoring the core concerns and legitimate interests of the countries. "President Erdoğan and our countries' militaries are aware of it", Russian president said.
"If they are patriotically minded, they start making their contributions - which are right, from their point of view - to the fight against those who say bad things about Russian Federation", said Putin.
"From culture to security, our relations have been at par".
"One day this is going to happen to each and every one of us. This year will see the first ever Tri-services exercise INDRA-2017", both leaders said.
Speaking at a meeting with senior editors of worldwide news agencies Thursday, Putin said the USA will likely continue to build up its missile shield in the region even if North Korea agrees to curb its nuclear and missile programs.
"The multi-polar world is becoming more of a reality and the monopolists don't like that", said Putin, who'll turn 65 this year. Putin said. "I don't think he can call me a friend".
Modi and Putin are expected to oversee a number of deals and discuss a framework agreement for Moscow to supply more reactors to a nuclear plant in southern India as the country seeks to reduce its reliance on highly polluting coal. "They were also sensitive compartmented information facilities and intelligence collection facilities", said Malcolm Nance, an MSNBC terrorism analyst and retired Navy officer.
"The US, do you have (close ties)?" added Putin, before going on to say: "And for sure our relations with Pakistan have no impact on trade between India and Russian Federation".
The other pacts included a contract for a high-speed train service between Nagpur and Secunderabad, an MoU for export of precious stones and jewellery and a programme on cultural exchanges.
Any talk of demilitarising the islands could only occur once tensions in the entire region had been reduced, he said. Each of the two units will have a capacity to produce 1,000 MW of power.
Putin also asserted that that Russian Federation was being forced into bolstering its military presence in the Far East by what he said was a US buildup on the Korean Peninsula.
He said Moscow was particularly alarmed by the deployment of the US Thaad anti-missile system to South Korea to counter a North Korean missile threat and to reported US plans to beef up Fort Greely in Alaska, a launch site for anti-ballistic missiles.
But the relationship became unmoored following the collapse of the USSR, as India underwent an economic transformation and increasingly sought to build trade ties with Western nations.
"India and Russian Federation cooperation has grown extensively".
PM Modi said the views of the two countries are similar on the problem in whichever form it exists, whether in Afghanistan, the Middle East or Asia-Pacific. He said it was de facto part of an arms race.
"We urge all countries and entities to work sincerely to disrupt terrorist networks and their financing, and stop cross-border movement of terrorists. We have always moved forward", Modi said.
At present, trade between the two nations stands at Dollars 7.8 billion, down from USD 10 billion in 2014. "New centres of influence and new engines of growth are emerging", he said adding that India and Russian Federation were "natural partners" in fighting terrorism, and promoting a multipolar global system.