Modi, Imran Khan, during SCO Summit in Bishkek, exchange pleasantries

Modi, Imran Khan, during SCO Summit in Bishkek, exchange pleasantries

During Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) Summit, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Pakistan counterpart Imran Khan shared their greetings.

In the context of Mr. Modi’s powerful pitch, casual exchanges took place with Imran Khan.

“In the Leaders ‘ Lounge, the Prime Minister Modi has exchanged ordinary pleasantries with Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan,”

the sources said about , the relationship was not an exchange of pleasantries and was not a meeting or a pull-aside.

The former Minister of Foreign Affairs, Sushma Swaraj, had been showed in pictures of Pakistan’s counterpart Shah Mahmood Quureshi.

last month in Bishkek with comparable “exchange of pleasant.”

Although short, Friday’s exchange was the first since the terrorist attack on Pulwama, which resulted in a drastic renewal.

Mr. Khan congratulated Mr. Modi on his election success with the news channel WION, Mr. Qureshi said.

In a speech earlier, Mr. Modi pointed to Pakistan’s role and stressed the significance for the safety in the region of Afghanistan.

“I attended St. Anthony’s Church last Sunday during my visit to Sri Lanka.

I remembered the hateful nature of terrorism in all parts of the globe that can ruin innocent life – .

“Modi stated, requesting that Member States attempt coordinated action under the Regional Anti-Terrorism Structure (RATS).

Prime Minister Modi encouraged the international community to look beyond restrictive issues and set out for an global terrorist meeting.

This problem was also highlighted by the SCO Heads of State Council Bishkek Declaration.

The statement condemned terrorism in all its “types and demonstrations” – Modi .

“The Bishkek Declaration encouraged the international community to promote worldwide collaboration to combat terror and to promote it without politics”

In addition, the SCO Summit called for a “prompt solution” to the ongoing Afghanistan war

It urged the Afghan people and government to take steps towards peace and dialogue.

In Summit also signed the SCO-Afghan Contact Group’s Roadmap for Further Action.