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SCO Summit: Big statement from Modi ahead of meeting, I’m ‘excited’ about the ‘exchange’ of ideas

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Prime Minister Modi is visiting Uzbekistan at the invitation of President Shavkat Mirziyoyev.
PM Modi looks forward to exchanging ideas on expanding and advancing cooperation
A number of decisions are expected to be taken under the Uzbek Presidency for mutual cooperation in trade, economy, culture and tourism.

New Delhi: Ahead of his departure for Samarkand to attend the Shanghai Summit (SCO), Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Thursday he would discuss current issues within the grouping, expanding and advancing cooperation. On Friday, Prime Minister Modi will attend the annual SCO summit with other leaders, including Russian President Vladimir Putin, Chinese President Xi Jinping and Iranian leader Ibrahim Raisi.

Prime Minister Modi is visiting Uzbekistan at the invitation of President Shavkat Mirziyoyev. Uzbekistan is the current chairman of the SCO. In a statement before leaving, Modi said, “During the SCO summit, I would like to exchange views on current, regional and international issues, the expansion of the SCO and the deepening of multi-stakeholder cooperation. faceted and mutually beneficial within the organization I am curious .

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“A number of decisions should be taken under the Uzbek Presidency for mutual cooperation in trade, economy, culture and tourism,” he said, adding that he also looked forward to meet President Mirziyoyev.

He said, “I remember his visit to India in 2018. He also attended the Vibrant Gujarat conference in 2019 as a special guest. Apart from that, I will have bilateral meetings with other leaders attending the summit.

Tags: China, India, Moscow, Pakistan, Russia, SCO meeting

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