Prime Minister Narendra Modi will participate virtually in the annual summit meeting of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) going to be held in Dushanbe, the capital of Tajikistan. Terrorism, regional security, the Afghan crisis, cooperation, and connectivity will be discussed at the conference. Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan is also attending the summit. It is believed that Prime Minister Modi will once again expose Pakistan in front of all countries and tell Imran Khan on the issue of terrorism.
In fact, the activities of Pakistan in the Afghan crisis have been openly exposed to the world. The world has also seen how the Pakistani government is supporting the Taliban and its terrorists. However, this will be the first time after the Afghanistan crisis that PM Modi and Imran Khan will be face to face.
EA Minister S Jaishankar leaves for Dushanbe
Foreign Ministry spokesman Arindam Bagchi said the EA minister had already left for an SCO meeting in Dushanbe on Friday. This will be the 21st meeting of the SCO member states. The summit will be chaired by the President of Tajikistan Emomali Rahman. Prime Minister Modi will lead the Indian delegation through a video link.
India’s fourth meeting as a whole-time member
This is the 20th anniversary of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO). Thus, this meeting becomes very important. This will be the fourth meeting, in which India will participate in the meeting as a full-time member. This organization was started on June 15, 2001, and in 2017 India became its full-time member.
S Jaishankar met Chinese Foreign Minister
During his visit to Dushanbe, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar met his Chinese counterpart, Wang Yi. After the meeting, EA Minister S Jaishankar tweeted, “Also exchanged views on global development. Emphasizing that India does not follow any principle of clash of civilizations. It is also necessary that India Do not look at its relations with China from the perspective of any third country.
The Indian Ministry of External Affairs said that during his meeting with the Chinese Foreign Minister, EA Minister S Jaishankar underlined that “it was necessary to ensure progress in resolving the remaining issues so that peace and normalcy can be restored along the LAC in eastern Ladakh”. ‘