Pakistan on Thursday said there will be no meeting with India on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) summit in Russian Federation.
Both leaders are here to attend the 16th meeting of the Council of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) Heads of Government (Prime Ministers), which is scheduled for Thursday and Friday.
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PM Abbasi also appreciated the active work being undertaken by the SCO under the Chinese current chairmanship and assured Pakistan's complete support in fulfilling the targets set forth by China in political, security, economic and cultural realms during its presidency.
In June, India along with Pakistan had become a full-fledged member of the SCO.
He would outline Pakistan's commitment to SCO's objectives including fighting terrorism and extremism and its honest interest in regional peace, stability and development. It has four observer states, namely Iran, Afghanistan, Belarus and Mongolia. The Retreat will be followed by a Plenary Session of the Council of Heads of Government where prime minister will deliver a statement. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and former US President Barack Obama will also attend the meeting. It aims to promote effective cooperation in the areas of political, security, trade, economy and social sectors.
As an SCO member, India is expected to have a bigger say in pressing for concerted action in dealing with terrorism as well as on issues relating to security and defence in the region. The decision, in principle, to give membership to Pakistan was taken by the SCO Heads of States meeting held in Ufa, Russia, in 2015.
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The settlers then entrenched themselves in a cave near the village until Israeli forces evacuated them, it said. Later, Palestinian media reported that the group had been released and was handed over to Israeli forces.
External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj arrives in Russian Federation to attend the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation summit in Sochi today.