The SCO’s new Secretary-General Vladimir Norov has said that issues between India and Pakistan should be resolved bilaterally and their participation in the security grouping could become “impossible” without a commitment for an “unconditional” fight against terrorism and separatism.
The Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) was established in Shanghai in 2001 with China, Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan as founding members. It was expanded in 2017 with the inclusion of India and Pakistan.
Addressing his first press conference here on Wednesday after assuming charge, Norov said that the Pulwama terror attack was a “direct provocation” by the opponents of peace between India and Pakistan. Read More