PM Modi invites Kyrgyzstan to explore untapped business potential


Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday in a veiled attack on India said that the country condemned terrorism in all its forms and manifestations, including state-terrorism against people under illegal occupation. This will be the second CHS meeting after India became a member of SCO. "In a major outcome of the visit, both countries have made a decision to add strategic dimension to our ties to boost our relationship in defence & security, trade & investment, health, education & development cooperation, among other areas", External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Raveesh Kumar tweeted after the talks between the two leaders. There was no formal meeting or "pull-aside', just pleasantries exchanged, the sources stressed".

Khan said the SCO summit provided Pakistan with a "fresh outlet" to develop its relationship with other countries, including India. So I met him, but this time I hope to have an informal chat with him.

Addressing the 19th SCO Summit, Khan said South Asia continues to be challenged by common enemies, including poverty, illiteracy, disease and under-development.

He also invited Kyrgyz businessmen to come to India to explore opportunities of bilateral trade.

According to Radio Pakistan, Kyrgyz President Jeenbekov had extended the invitation to Prime Minister Imran to attend the two-day summit.

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The two countries agreed to strengthen land and air connectivity between Pakistan and Kyrgyzstan. He said political differences and unresolved disputes further compound the predicament.

PM Imran extended an invitation to the Kyrgyz President to visit Pakistan.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has advised his colleagues in the Union Council of Ministers that they should "reach office on time and avoid working from home to set an example for others".

It may be recalled that the aircraft carrying then (and now former) external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj had flown directly through Pakistani airspace, after obtaining prior permission from Pakistan, to Bishkek last month for the SCO foreign ministers' meeting on May 21 and 22. Leaders of SCO Members and observer states, as well as, representatives of important global organisations will attend the meeting.