As PM Modi likely to raise terrorism issue at SCO, China says don’t target Pakistan


China on Monday said its all-weather ally Pakistan must not be targeted on terrorism at the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) summit this week where is Prime Minister Narendra Modi is most likely to raise the issue of the neighbouring nation harbouring terrorists.

“In every summit, the institutional building of the SCO will be discussed that would involve economic cooperation and security cooperation particularly on counter-terrorism,” IANS quoted China’s Vice Foreign Minister Zhang Hanhui as saying.

“Security and development are two major issues of focus for the SCO. The establishment of the SCO is not to target any certain country but the summit of this level will certainly pay attention to major international relation and regional issues,” Zhang said in an indirect reference to Pakistan.  Read More

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