SCO Meeting: pakistan in india Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) member countries Supreme Court Chief Justices refused to attend the meeting. SCO member countries meeting of chief justices It is to be held in Delhi on March 10-12. Being a member country, the Chief Justice of Pakistan also had to participate in it.
As one of the active members of the SCO, Pakistan has been regularly participating in all activities of the organization and has been contributing, Pakistan’s foreign ministry spokesperson Mumtaz Zahra Baloch said in a statement, The Express Tribune reported. Is.
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Zahra Baloch further said, due to pre-scheduled meetings and commitments, the Chief Justice of Pakistan will not be able to attend the SCO meeting of Chief Justices of Supreme Courts to be held in India on March 10-12. He has also expressed regret to his Indian counterpart for not attending the meeting.
All countries joining except Pakistan
With this, Pakistan is the only country which has refused to attend the judges’ meeting in SCO. Even the new member country of the organization Iran is also joining it. According to the report, India had already given an invitation to the Chief Justice of Pakistan to attend the meeting, but Islamabad has taken this decision at the last moment.
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Explain that India is the current chairman of the SCO, which includes China as well as Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Pakistan, Russia, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. According to the report, Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry has cited commitments for not attending the meeting, but experts believe that the current relations between the two countries have also played a big role in this.
Confusion about foreign ministers
A meeting of SCO foreign ministers is also to be held in India in May this year. In this meeting to be held in Goa, India has also invited Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari. However, there has not yet been a clear stand from Pakistan regarding attending the foreign ministers’ meeting. In this regard, the spokesperson of Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry has said that the matter regarding attending the meeting is under consideration. When a decision is taken on this, we will let everyone know.