China on Thursday introduced that Premier Li Keqiang will attend the 19th assembly of the council of the heads of presidency of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) member states to be held underneath India’s chairmanship on Monday.
India will host the digital assembly of the Heads of the Government of the eight-member bloc on November 30.
Premier Li will participate within the Heads of the Government assembly, Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian introduced at a media briefing in Beijing.
Zhao stated Li and different leaders will maintain in-depth communication and change on deepening SCO cooperation amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
They may even construct extra consensus on cooperation and formulate extra sensible measures to hunt higher synergy between the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) cooperation and nationwide growth methods and regional cooperation initiatives, he stated.
They may even focus on measures to reinforce financial, commerce, funding, manufacturing capability, connectivity, tradition and other people to folks cooperation, push nationwide financial restoration, enhance folks’s livelihood and promote quicker and higher growth of SCO, he stated.
On November 10, Russia organised the heads of state summit of the SCO by means of a video hyperlink which was attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping amongst others.
He stated the latest summit of the SCO delivered fruitful outcomes. Leaders of the collaborating international locations drew up a blueprint and charted a course for organisations growth within the subsequent stage, Zhao stated.
About the SCO, he stated that since its founding 19 years in the past, the SCO has maintained a sound and steady growth momentum and efficiently positioned a brand new path of cooperation and growth for regional organisations.
Against the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic, in addition to “complex and profound evolution” of the regional and worldwide panorama, the SCO has an much more necessary mission to safeguard regional safety and stability and promote growth and prosperity of all international locations, he stated.
The SCO was based at a summit in Shanghai in 2001 by the presidents of Russia, China, Kyrgyz Republic, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. India and Pakistan turned its members in 2017.
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