Narendra Modi about India-China Border Conflict in SCO Council MeetNovember 10, 2020 17:38
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Narendra Modi about India-China Border Conflict in SCO Council Meet:- Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi participated in a virtual meeting at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) Summitt today. He explained the importance of the countries respecting each other. Narendra Modi during his speech said that India always has a strong ties with Shanghai Cooperation Organization countries. The basic principle is to respect each other's territorial integrity and sovereignty. "Repeated attempts are being made to bring the bilateral issues into the agenda of SCO that violate the Charter and Shanghai Spirit. Such efforts are contrary to the cooperation that defines SCO" said Narendra Modi.
Narendra Modi has been leading the Indian delegation to the annual summit from 2017. India has become a full member of SCO Council. This is the first time the annual meeting has been held virtually because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Narendra Modi's speech lasted for a minute and he highlighted India's steps against terrorism and smuggling of drugs. "India is a country that believes in peace, prosperity and security. We always raised our voice against terrorism and illegal arms, drugs and money laundering. We expect a full support from SCO member nations in this process" told Narendra Modi.
Russia, China, India, Pakistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan are the countries that attended the SCO summit. Each country was allocated ten minutes to speak.