Pak not seeking bilateral Modi-Shehbaz meeting at SCO summit


Islamabad:Pakistan won’t search a bilateral assembly between Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi when the 2 together with the 13 regional leaders could be underneath one-roof later this week within the historic metropolis of Samarkand, Uzbekistan, to attend the twenty second Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) summit, sources mentioned.

“Islamabad could consider positively if New Delhi requests for a structured meeting,” highly-placed sources within the Prime Minister’s Workplace advised The News.

The prospect assembly of any two leaders within the corridors of the summit could not be dominated out, the sources hinted.

The Overseas Workplace will temporary concerning the ultimate schedule of the conferences later this week.

The maiden assembly between Sharif and Chinese language President Xi Jinping, shall be notable as will probably be a part of the latter’s first journey overseas for the reason that coronavirus pandemic, The News reported.

The sideline assembly can have a conspicuous significance for the reason that two nations have a number of topics on their agenda to debate, together with the acceleration of China-Pakistan Financial Hall (CPEC) and much-needed Chinese language fiscal help for the financial system.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his Azerbaijan counterpart Ilham Aliyev shall be among the many leaders who can have bilateral conferences with Sharif on the sidelines of the SCO.

Russian President Vladimir Putin, regardless of home complexities, will attend the summit and has scheduled a gathering along with his Chinese language counterpart Xi.

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