SCO Summit: PM Modi arrives in Uzbekistan, will meet Putin today, know 10 important issues

SCO Summit : Prime Minister Narendra Modi (PM Modi) has reached Uzbekistan. On this occasion, Prime Minister Modi was received with cheers at the airport. Prime Minister Modi today President of Russia

PM Modi to meet Putin today, know 10 important points

1) Prime Minister Narendra Modi has reached Samarkand to attend the 22nd meeting of Shanghai Cooperation Organization. On Friday, he will hold a bilateral meeting with the President of Russia.

2)For the first time after the corona epidemic, the presidents of many countries including PM Modi will meet each other at the SCO summit. Prime Minister Modi, Chinese President Xi Jinping, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Pakistan Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif are participating in the summit.

3) Russian Ambassador to India Denis Alipov told news agency ANI that both PM Modi and Vladimir Putin will attend the SCO summit. A bilateral meeting will be held between the two leaders.

4) Russian news agency TASS, according to the President’s colleague Yuri Ushakov, said that the international agenda will also be discussed with Modi at the Shanghai summit. Apart from this, the two leaders will discuss all issues including strategic stability, situation in the Asia Pacific region.

5) Modi and Putin met earlier in the month of July. Last year i.e. in 2021, Putin visited India. On this occasion, both the leaders discussed all the issues. Meanwhile, during the Russia-Ukraine war, the two leaders discussed the ceasefire over the phone.

6)Other leaders including Russian President Vladimir Putin, Chinese President Xi Jinping and Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi will also attend the SCO’s annual summit. Prime Minister Modi has visited Uzbekistan on the invitation of President Shavkat Mirziyoyev. We tell you that Uzbekistan is the current chairman of the SCO.

7) Before leaving for Samarkand, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in a statement that, "At the SCO summit, I look forward to exchanging views on current, regional and international issues, as well as expanding the SCO and strengthening multilateral and mutual cooperation within the organization."

8) Prime Minister Modi said, ‘Shanghai summit is expected to take many decisions for mutual cooperation in the fields of trade, economy, culture and tourism.’ Besides, he said he would hold bilateral meetings with some of the leaders who will attend the summit.

9) Modi is also expected to hold bilateral meetings on the sidelines of the summit, where he will hold talks with leaders including Putin and Uzbekistan President Shavkat Mirziyoyev. There is no confirmation of his possible bilateral meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping.

10) The SCO started in Shanghai in June 2001 and has 8 members, including the 6 founding members China, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. India and Pakistan joined as full members in 2017.




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