Shahbaz Sharif’s drama was seen at SCO summit, he spewed venom against India in front of Putin

Pakistan Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif on Thursday raised the issue of terrorism as a key concern for member countries in the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation and called for “meaningful” engagement with the Afghan Taliban government. Shahbaz, who arrived in Kazakhstan’s capital Astana on Wednesday on a two-day official visit, represented Pakistan at the SCO meeting where leaders and diplomats from countries including China, India, Turkmenistan, Iran, Azerbaijan and Kyrgyzstan have gathered to discuss economic and.

Sharif told Afghanistan about terrorism

During his address, the prime minister emphasised the importance of maintaining peace in the region as a precondition for economic development, reports Dawn News. “Achieving lasting peace in Afghanistan is a vital link to this common objective,” he said. He said the international community remains meaningfully engaged with the Afghan government to meet its genuine economic and development needs. Sharif also said the Afghan Taliban must take concrete measures to ensure that its soil is not used for terrorism against any other state.

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India’s Foreign Minister S Jaishankar highlighted Pakistan’s use of terrorism against its neighbour. While delivering Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s message, it was clear that the message was for Islamabad. Representing PM Modi at the summit, he emphasised that combating terrorism, one of the core goals of the SCO, should naturally be given priority.

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