PM proposes framework in opposition to corruption, white-collar crime at SCO

BISHKEK: On the second day of Shanghai Cooperation Group (SCO) summit, Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday proposed to formulate a considerable framework to eradicate corruption and white-collar crimes.

Addressing the Shanghai membership, the prime minister urged the SCO to play its function within the decision of conflicts and curbing corruption.

A robust framework ought to be developed in opposition to corruption and white-collar crimes, PM Khan pressured throughout his speech.

He additionally recommended establishing the SCO cultural and tourism hall for bettering mutual contacts between the member nations of the membership.

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Within the fields of meals safety and well being, the cooperation amongst member nations ought to tempo up, PM Khan continued.

Highlighting the achievements of Pakistan in opposition to the warfare on terror, he mentioned: “our nation is part of the anti-terrorism program of the SCO.”

Yesterday, the Pakistani premier flew to Bishkek on the invitation of Kyrgyz President Sooronbay Jeenbekov to attend the 19th assembly of the Council of the Heads of State of the Shanghai Cooperation Group.

 

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