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SCO Summit: PM Narendra Modi In Uzbekistan For Regional SCO Summit, To Meet Russia’s Vladimir Putin Today: 10 Points

Prime Minister Modi was one of the last leaders to arrive in Samarkand on Thursday evening for the SCO summit.

New Delhi:
Trade and geopolitics will be on the agenda as Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Russian President Vladimir Putin meet today on the sidelines of a regional summit in Uzbekistan. The government has not confirmed a meeting with China’s Xi Jingping.

  1. PM Modi, who was one of the last leaders to arrive in Samarkand for the SCO summit on Thursday evening, formally began his participation in the regional summit today, starting with a group photo with Vladimir Putin, Chinese President Xi Jinping and leaders of the other members of the influential group.

  2. It is the first time Prime Minister Modi and Xi Jingping have come face to face since the start of the military standoff in Ladakh in 2020. The summit will also be attended by Pakistani Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and leaders of several Central Asian countries.

  3. After the summit, Prime Minister Modi will hold bilateral talks with Vladimir Putin. The two leaders will discuss issues of strategic stability, the situation in the Asia-Pacific region and bilateral cooperation within the UN and the G20, the Kremlin has announced. Prime Minister Modi will also hold talks with Uzbek President Shavkat Mirziyoyev and Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi.

  4. “At the SCO Summit, I look forward to exchanging views on current, regional and international issues, expanding SCO and further deepening the multifaceted and mutually beneficial cooperation within the organization,” Prime Minister Modi said before leaving for the meeting. regional summit in historic Uzbekistan. city ​​of Samarkand.

  5. Prime Minister Modi also said he was looking forward to meeting Uzbekistan President Mirziyoyev. “I fondly recall his visit to India in 2018. He also graced the Vibrant Gujarat Summit as a guest of honor in 2019. In addition, I will hold bilateral meetings with some of the other leaders attending the summit,” Prime Minister Modi said.

  6. There is no confirmation about his possible bilateral with China’s Xi Jingping. “We will keep you fully informed as the schedule of the Prime Minister’s bilateral meetings unfolds,” Foreign Minister Vinay Kwatra said when asked whether Prime Minister Modi and the Chinese President will have a bilateral meeting on the sidelines of the top.

  7. This is the bloc’s first in-person summit in two years, shaking off Covid fears and providing a rare opportunity for all of its eight heads of state to meet on the sidelines of the event to have face-to-face conversations on pressing matters. global and regional issues of common interest.

  8. The summit of the influential grouping of eight countries comes amid growing geopolitical turmoil caused largely by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and China’s aggressive military stance against Taiwan.

  9. The SCO summit will have two sessions – a limited session intended only for member states and then there will be an extended session in which observers and special invitees from the presidency country are likely to participate.

  10. Launched in June 2001 in Shanghai, the SCO has eight full members, including the six founding members, China, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. India and Pakistan joined as full members in 2017.

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