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The article displays one of the directions of Russia's foreign policy during the reign of Peter the Great, namely, an attempt to gain a foothold on the Eastern coast of the Caspian Sea for further advancement through the Central Asian states to India in order to establish direct trade relations. The paper analyzes the goals and objectives set up by Peter the Great to Prince A. Bekovich-Cherkassky to initiate a new trade route to India from the Caspian Sea basin. Russia's steps aimed at creatingdoi:10.46539/jfs.v7i1.367 fatcat:p5cjta7c5feyjkok5znxlae764