India to invite Pak Chief to SCO meeting
As per a latest report, India may invited Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan to the Heads of Government Council meeting of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation, which is scheduled to take place in the country in this year.
The bilateral relation between the two Asian countries is at present in its lowest point. The new development is expected to bring a positive change in the relation.
Recently, the United Nations Security Council organised a meeting to discuss the situation in Kashmir, at the request of China, one of the prime partners of Pakistan.
At present, it remains unclear whether the new development has any link the UNSC meeting in which the situation in Kashmir was discussed.
India, as well as Pakistan, is the fulltime members of the organisation. Since the induction of both countries, none of them have missed any high profile meeting organised by the organisation.
Apart from these two countries, China, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan are the other prime members of the organisation.
Other than these countries, there are at least four observers also: Afghanistan, Belarus, Iran and Mongolia. Moreover, the organisation has Azerbaijan, Armenia, Cambodia, Nepal, Turkey and Sri Lanka as its dialogue partners.
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