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India to host SCO meet on Monday with participation of 7 PMs; Afghan President, Pak PM to give a miss

DNA Saturday, 28 November 2020
India has invited Turkmenistan as a special guest and will be represented by the Deputy Chairman of the Cabinet of Ministers.
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News video: Watch: MEA responds to whether Pakistan will join India’s initiatives at SCO

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The Ministry of External Affairs on Monday said it is entirely upon Pakistan to join India's initiatives at SCO meeting. MEA Secretary (West) Vikas Swarup spoke on India's initiatives. Earlier Vice-President Venkaiah Naidu took a veiled jibe at Pakistan. Asserting that terrorism is the biggest...

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