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The potential alliance of three nuclear-armed countries of some 2.5 billion people, Russia, China and India, theoretically would be able to balance US power in coming years.
"Russia will continue interaction with its partners in [the] Moscow-Beijing-New Delhi triangle," Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov stated at an Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) meeting last month. "This interaction is important for the international stability in general," he was quoted by the official Russian Information Agency (RIA) as saying on June 18. "The dialogue between Moscow, Beijing and New Delhi will continue," said Ivanov, adding that the three nations have shared interest in "multipolar and just world".
Sergey Lavrov , finally found allies to fight
world terrorism (from left to right - ex Indian
foreign minister Natvar Singh,
on the right - the head of the Chinese foreign
ministry Li Zhaoxing).