ISLAMABAD: overseas Minister Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi has gone for Moscow to be current at the meeting of the Shanghai Cooperation association committee of Foreign Ministers that is listed forSeptember 9 and 10.
According to a declaration by the Foreign Office, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, the chair of the gathering, extended the invite to the foreign minister.
The SCO-CFM is the uppermost forum of SCO after the committee of Heads of State (CHS) and the committee of Heads of Government (CHG), the declaration said, addition that it deliberates on important regional and international issues and considers papers for approval and adoption by the Council of Heads of State.
“The Moscow SCO-CFM will believe more than 20 documents for following adoption in the SCO Council of Heads of State. It will also adopt a combined Communiqué shiny member states’ united posture on important local and international issues,” the statement said.
The foreign minister will also have mutual meetings on the sidelines of the CFM.
SCO’s major objectives include promoting confidence and good-neighbourly relations among associate states; strengthening area peace, security, and constancy; and creating a framework for useful cooperation in political, cultural, deal and financial system, science and technology, education power, transportation, tourism, environmental protection, among other field
Besides Pakistan, SCO’s present association comprises China, Russia, India, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan.
“SCO is an significant forum for further enriching our deep-rooted historical and educational links with associate states, providing these ties a sound economic base, and promoting Pakistan as a local deal and transportation corridor,” the declaration noted.
Since flattering a member in 2017, Pakistan has been “actively” causal to operational towards achieving SCO’s multi-sectoral program through participation in various SCO mechanism.
From 2005 to 2017, Pakistan was an spectator in SCO, the Foreign Office additional.