Modi, Sharif to meet on sidelines of SCO Summit

New Delhi (PTI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif will meet on the sidelines of the SCO Summit in Russia on July 10.


According to sources, the two leaders, who will be present in Ufa to attend the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) Summit, will be meeting on the sidelines of it.

However, the details of the meeting were not specified. Modi, who is embarking on a six-nation visit today, will be in Russia to attend SCO as well as the BRICS Summit.

Modi and Sharif had last met in Kathmandu in November at the SAARC Summit where they did not, however, hold any bilateral meeting.

Earlier at the beginning of the holy month of Ramzan, the Prime Minister had called Sharif and extended his best wishes while stressing the need for having peaceful and bilateral ties.

During his telephonic conversation, Modi had also conveyed to his Pakistani counterpart India’s decision to release detained Pakistani fishermen on the occasion of Ramzan.

The call was seen by many as an attempt to reach out to Pakistan after leaders from both sides exchanged sharp comments after Modi’s critical remarks about Pakistan during his Bangladesh visit and in the wake of India’s military action in Myanmar.

1 Comment

  1. Dear readers,

    How long PM Modi and Pakistani premier will hug and kiss and have beef Biryani ,when China Snubbed India on a Pakistan-based Terrorist at the UN?

    After India’s PM Modi just delivered the world’s worst compliment that Bangladesh Prime Minister, despite being a woman, has declared zero tolerance for terrorism,is our 56 inch will dare to question Pakistan about terror Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi, a commander in Lashkar-e-Taiba, an anti-India terror group, and a central planner in the November 2008 terror attack on Mumbai which claimed over 160 lives?

    Is he gave command to NIA to ‘Go-slow’ on Mumbai terror attack fearing government he will reveal true conspirators that led martyr of Late Hemant Karkare?
    Is he need Shaikh Hasina advice to act against Pakitan on terror?

    Jai Hind

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