ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif will go away for Samarkand, Uzbekistan on May 15 to attend the annual assembly of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation’s (SCO) Council of Heads of State (CHS), the place local weather change shall be on the agenda.
According to a handout launched by the Foreign Office on Tuesday, the premier shall be visiting Uzbekistan from September 15 (Thursday) to 16 (Friday) on the invitation of President Shavkat Mirziyoyev, who shall be chairing the assembly.
“The prime Minister will be participating in the SCO summit on the invitation of Uzbekistan President Shavkat Mirziyoyev, who would chair the meeting,” the Foreign Office mentioned in a press release.
The leaders of SCO members and observer states in addition to heads of SCO organizations and different particular friends will attend the assembly.
Besides attending the summit, PM Shehbaz Sharif will maintain bilateral conferences with different collaborating leaders on the sidelines of the SCO summit.
At the forthcoming CHS, the SCO leaders will deliberate on essential international and regional points, together with local weather change, meals safety power safety, and sustainable provide chains. They may also approve agreements and paperwork that may chart the longer term path of cooperation amongst SCO member states.
The SCO is a significant trans-regional group spanning South and Central Asia. Founded in 2001, the SCO upholds the values and ideas enshrined within the “Shanghai Spirit” that embody mutual belief, mutual profit and pursuit of widespread growth.
The CHS is the very best discussion board of the SCO, which considers and defines the technique, prospects, and priorities of the Organization.
Since changing into full member of SCO in 2017, Pakistan has been actively contributing in the direction of advancing the Organization’s core targets via its participation in numerous SCO mechanisms.