Imran Khan in Attendance, PM Modi to talk about Terrorism at SCO Meet as India slams for Pak for Taliban Aid
UN Security Council had adopted a powerful resolution demanding the territory of Afghanistan not be used to threaten any country or terrorists.
Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, outlines India’s concerns over terrorism in the presence of Pakistan PM Imran Khan at the SCO meeting on September 16-17. According to the report by the Times of India, PM will not visit Dushanbe for the summit and will address the meeting virtually. In keeping with the statements on Afghanistan at UNSC and also UN Human Rights Council, Modi is not likely to name the Taliban in his statement. It is expected that the Chinese President Xi Jinping would also be present virtually. Pakistani PM Imran Khan, Russian President Putin, and other central Asian countries will be present in person. Tajikistan is chair of the grouping which has members of eight states: Russia, China, Pakistan, India, and four central Asian countries, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan.