India rejects possibility of meeting Modi, Imran in meeting of Shanghai Cooperation Organization

India rejects possibility of meeting Modi, Imran in meeting of Shanghai Cooperation Organization

India rejects the possibility of meeting between Narendra Modi and Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization meeting.
Indian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Ravish Kumar says there is no meeting of Narendra Modi and Prime Minister Imran Khan at the head of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization meeting on June 14-14 in Kyrgyzstan capital Bishkek.
He said that the visit of the Pakistani Foreign Minister, India was private, there was no meeting with the Pakistani Foreign Minister.
It is believed that Prime Minister Imran Khan congratulated Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the success in the election of the Indian Lok Sabha in May.
Prime Minister said in his message that I look forward to working closely with Modi for peace, development and prosperity in South Asia.
In response to Imran Khan’s congratulations, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi thanked him.
In reply to Imran Khan’s tweet, Narendra Modi wrote that ‘Thank you Imran Khan, I am very grateful for your good wishes’.
Narendra Modi further wrote that ‘I have always given priority to peace and development in my region’.

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