Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari will lead the Pakistan on SCO that will be held in India

Pakistan foreign minister Bilawal Bhutto to attend SCO meeting in Goa

Foreign Minister of Pakistan Mr. Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari will lead the Pakistan delegation to the Shanghai Participation Association (SCO) Chamber of Unfamiliar Priests (CFM) meeting, which will be hung on fourth to fifth Walk in India.

This gathering will be held in Goa which is a city of India, on Thursday this news was affirmed by Unfamiliar Office Representative Mumtaz Zahra Baloch.

The encouragement to go to the SCO CFM meeting was stretched out by the ongoing Seat of SCO CFM, Dr Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, Dr Subrahmanyam Jaishankar fills in as the Priest for Outer Undertakings of the Republic of India.

The participation in the meeting will highlight and relflect on Pakistan’s unwavering commitment to the SCO Charter and processes, as well as the significance that Pakistan attaches to the region in its foreign policy priorities,” stated the spokesperson.

Pakistan is actively preparing for the upcoming meeting, and also Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari had attended the previous Council of Foreign Ministers meeting, held in July last year in Tashkent, Pakistan continued active participation in SCO meetings in actively with its longstanding commitment to the group.

Furthermore, Sherry Rehman Minister of Climate Change, recently represented Pakistan at the 4th SCO Meeting of Heads of Ministries on Environmental Protection, which was conducted online in New Delhi on 18th of April.

Furthermore, the National Disaster Management Authority director virtually attended the SCO Expert Meeting of Heads of Agencies for Prevention and Elimination of Emergency Situations.

Today, Muhammad Idrees Mahsud, Member of Disaster Risk Reduction, is virtually participating in an SCO meeting, demonstrating Pakistan’s active engagement in various SCO initiatives.

With the regards to bad condition of Sudan, the FO spokesperson indicate Pakistan’s concerns and stated, “We continue to closely monitor the worrying developments in Sudan and the safety and security of the Pakistani community there remains our priority.”

The Pakistani Consulate in Sudan is in consistent contact with the local area, and the Public authority of Pakistan and the Service of International concerns are focused on guaranteeing the prosperity of Pakistanis abroad.

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