This is the first time in six years that both the Prime Ministers will be present under one roof. Looking forward to meeting each other during this time.
New Delhi: PM Modi and Pak Prime Minister Sharif may meet, SCO summit will be held in Uzbekistan The Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) conference is going to be held in Uzbekistan in September. During this, there can be a meeting between Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi and Pakistan's PM Shahbaz Sharif. In fact, Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) General Secretary Zhang Ming is on a three-day visit to Pakistan on Friday.
According to Pakistan media reports, during this time he will invite Pakistan Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif to the SCO Annual Summit to be held in Samarkand, Uzbekistan on September 15-16. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will also attend the summit. In such a situation, it is believed that the Prime Ministers of Pakistan and India can meet at this conference.
15-16 September SCO Annual Summit is in Uzbekistan for the first time after 6 years PMs of both countries will be present under one roof No offer from India yet
PM of both the countries will be present under one roof for the first time after 6 years
According to Pakistani media reports, this is the first time in six years that both the prime ministers will be present under one roof. Looking forward to meeting each other during this time. According to highly placed diplomatic sources, the possibility of a meeting between Shahbaz and Modi cannot be ruled out as both will be in the same compound for two days.
No offer from India yet.
According to Pak media "there has been no meeting of the two as yet no offer has been made from India's side. If India makes such an offer, then Pakistan's reaction to it will be positive." China, Pakistan, Russia, India, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan are full members of this group. The new chairman of the group has already prepared its priorities and tasks. These include increasing the organization's capacity and authority, Efforts include ensuring peace and stability in the region, reducing poverty and ensuring food security.
However, bilateral political and business relations between India and Pakistan are strained. Due to the actions of Pakistan, India has made it clear many times that firing and talks cannot happen simultaneously.