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SCO meet in Goa: India invites Foreign Ministers of China, Pakistan
SCO Meeting
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SCO meet in Goa: India invites Foreign Ministers of China, Pakistan

| @indiablooms | 25 Jan 2023, 03:31 pm

New Delhi: India has formally invited members of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), including Pakistan and China, to attend the upcoming foreign ministers’ meeting to be held in Goa.

The meeting will be held on May 4-5.

The invitation includes invites to the new Foreign Minister of China Qin Gang and Pakistani Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto. India took over the chairmanship of the 9-member mega grouping in September of last year and will be holding key ministerial meetings and the summit this year.

“So far there is no confirmation from the Pakistani side whether Foreign Minister Bilawal will attend the meeting or not,” sources told ANI.

Pakistan has not participated in the SCO Film Festival to be held in Mumbai later this month, the Indian news agency reported.

While all countries have sent entries, Pakistan is the only country that did not send any film for screening in the group’s third such film festival.

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