The Indian international ministry on Thursday stated that no assembly between Prime Minister Imran Khan and Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation in Kyrgyzstan’s capital Bishkek.
“To one of the best of my data, no assembly is being organized between Prime Minister Modi and Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on the sidelines of the SCO meet,” Overseas Ministry spokesperson Raveesh Kumar stated.
Talks about dialogue between Pakistan and India began gaining momentum after Prime Minister Imran Khan congratulated his Indian counterpart on his social gathering’s electoral victory in Lok Sabha elections.
PM Imran expressed his need for each nations to work collectively for the betterment of their peoples including that the premier reiterated his imaginative and prescient for peace, progress and prosperity in South Asia.
The premier in a tweet, earlier, congratulated Modi and stated he appeared ahead to working for “peace, progress and prosperity in South Asia”.
Modi responded in a Twitter message thanked PM Imran for his “good needs” and saying he wished peace within the area.
The messages got here simply hours after Pakistan stated it examined a surface-to-surface ballistic missile able to carrying typical and nuclear warheads. India examined its newest supersonic cruise missile on Wednesday.
Each India and Pakistan turned members of the SCO in 2017, becoming a member of the discussion board based in 2001 by Russia, China, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan.