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- In The Presence Of Jinping And Imran, Modi Said We Are Against Terrorism, It Is Necessary To Respect Each Other's Integrity
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday addressed the 20th Summit of the Shanghai Corporation Organization (SCO) Council of Hades of States. In this meeting done through video conferencing, Modi said that we have always raised our voice against terrorism, trafficking in illegal weapons, drugs and money laundering. India has always been scolding to work with the principles laid down in the SCO Charter.
In the presence of Chinese President Xi Jinping and Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, Modi said that it is unfortunate that efforts are being made to bring bilateral issues to the agenda of the SCO. These are violations of the SCO Charter and the Shanghai spirit. India believes that to increase connectivity among ourselves, it is imperative that we move forward, respecting each other's sovereignty and territorial integrity.
In this meeting conducted through video conferencing, Modi also questioned the utility of the United Nations. He said that despite many achievements, the real objective of the United Nations is still incomplete.
Trusted the world on corona
Modi said that India's cultural and historical ties with the countries associated with SCO have been very strong. In this difficult time of the epidemic, India's pharma industry has sent essential medicines to more than 150 countries. As the world's largest vaccine producing country, India will make full use of its ability to help humanity fight this crisis.
Russia organizer, these leaders joined
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan also attended this meeting. The meeting is organized by Russian President Vladimir Putin. The meeting was attended by leaders of all eight member countries and four observer countries, besides UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and SCO Secretary-General Rashid Alimov.
Organization of 8 countries
Apart from India and Pakistan, the organization includes China, Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. It was founded on 15 June 2001 in Shanghai. India and Pakistan have been associated with it since 2017. Afghanistan, Belarus, Iran and Mongolia are among the observer countries of the SCO.