visit India on December 7-9 to discuss bilateral military cooperation,
the Russian Defense Ministry said on Tuesday.
Makarov will meet with his Indian counterpart Air Chief Marshal Pradeep Vasant Naik and other top military commanders.
The sides will focus, in particular, on the preparation for the Indra 2011 joint military drills.
Ltd., a Russian-Indian joint venture manufacturing supersonic cruise
missiles, and the headquarters of the 50th independent parachute
brigade, the first Indian airborne unit formed in 1941.
The latest drills were held in October this year in the Indian Himalayas.
Russia sent more than 200 troops from its 34th mountain brigade, based
in the North Caucasus, to join the Indian troops in the exercises.