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(From Press Trust of India)
New Delhi, Jan 31 (PTI) India, Russia and China are likely to interact increasingly in a variety of ways in the coming years, Indian External Affairs Minister K Natwar Singh said Monday.
Observing that Central Asia has always been integral to the East-West relationship, he said both New Delhi and Moscow were conscious that this region's vitality was set to grow in the years ahead.
"As Central Asia's energy resources are developed and new transportations links laid out, we should be able to interact and cooperate even more.
"If we include China in this geographical picture, then we get a more holistic view. Russia, …