PM Modi address at the SCO summit in Bishkek:



PM Modi in Bishkek: Literature & culture provide our societies a positive activity, stop the spread of radicalization among the youths. During my visit to Sri Lanka I visited the St. Anthony’s shrine, where I witnessed the ugly face of terrorism that takes the lives of innocents.

India has been a permanent SCO member for 2 yrs now, we’ve given a positive contribution in all activities of SCO. We’ve continued engagements to enhance SCO‘s role & credibility on the international stage.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said that countries sponsoring, aiding and funding terrorism must be held accountable as he called for a global conference to combat the menace.
Addressing the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) Summit in Bishkek, Modi highlighted the spirit and ideals of the SCO to strengthen cooperation in the fight against terrorism.
India stood for a terrorism-free society, he said.
To combat the menace of terrorism, countries will have to come out of their narrow purview to unite against it, Modi said in the presence of his Pakistani counterpart Imran Khan.
Prime Minister Modi also called on the SCO member states to cooperate under the SCO Regional Anti-Terrorist Structure (RATS) against terrorism.
He also urged the SCO leaders to organise a global conference on terrorism.
Modi arrived in the Kyrgyz capital on Thursday for the two-day SCO summit. The SCO is a China-led 8-member economic and security bloc with India and Pakistan were admitted to the grouping in 2017.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has emphasised on sharing India’s expertise in health care and telemedicine with member countries of Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO).
Addressing the plenary session of the SCO summit Mr Modi said, that along with physical connectivity people to contact is also important among member countries.  Mr Modi presented his vision for regional cooperation and development. The two-day SCO Summit began yesterday in Bishkek.
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