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SCO Summit: Suspense outweighs PM Modi’s meeting with Jinping, may meet Putin

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Possible meeting between PM Narendra Modi and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Suspense reigns over the meeting between Prime Minister Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping.
Efforts are underway to arrange the meeting between Prime Minister Modi and Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi.

New Delhi. The suspense still hangs over the meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping at the SCO summit in Samarkand. While before this great meeting, the withdrawal of the armies of the two countries was assured at Gogra-Hot Springs on the Indo-Chinese border. This work was completed on Tuesday. The two leaders will likely meet at the SCO summit in Uzbekistan, but neither side has confirmed a separate meeting between them. While Prime Minister Modi may have a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday.

According to a report from The Times of India, at a press conference in Beijing, China said it had no information on the separate meeting between President Xi Jinping and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. While official sources have mentioned that Prime Minister Modi is unlikely to have too many bilateral summit meetings. However, the possibility of a bilateral meeting with Xi cannot be completely ruled out. With the effort to reduce tension in Ladakh just ahead of the SCO summit, it has been speculated that a bilateral meeting between Prime Minister Modi and Xi Jinping could be expected.

Prime Minister Modi spoke by phone with Russian President Vladimir Putin and discussed the crisis in Ukraine

Sources also said the possibility of a meeting between Prime Minister Modi and Russian President Vladimir Putin is being discussed. The Kremlin said in a statement Tuesday that Putin may hold several bilateral meetings in Samarkand. However, during this tour, Prime Minister Modi is due to attend a bilateral meeting with the leader of the host country, Uzbekistan. Efforts are underway to fix the timing of the meeting between Prime Minister Modi and Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi. Iran wants to re-export its crude oil to India. He looks forward to this meeting. However, there is no proposal for a meeting between Prime Minister Modi and Pakistani Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif. However, instead of Wednesday, Prime Minister Modi will leave for Samarkand on Thursday.

Tags: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, SCO Summit, Vladimir Poutine, Xi Jinping

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