Major initiatives from Russia, India, and Turkey this past week are likely to have a long-lasting impact on the development of Eurasia and will impact the entire region. China and Russia meanwhile are significantly ramping up their trade and investment policies in Africa while Russia maintains inroads into ASEAN.
From Vladivostok to Gujarat and from Afghanistan to Armenia the implications of closer ties between Moscow and Delhi will partially reshape Eurasia.
A wide-ranging nine-point development plans showcase significant trade opportunities.
Russia, like China, sees the same trade opportunities as AfCFTA makes a difference.
Renewed Turkic regional emphasis will be of concern to China, Russia, the EU, and United States depending on which way Ankara decides to point.
Expect to produce 5 million doses per month before increasing to 100 million doses per year going forward.