Indo-Pak at SCO summitPM's of both countries attended the 19th SCO summit in Kyrgyzstan's capital beshkek. In a stern message directed at Pakistan, Indian prime minister said, "countries aiding, supporting and harbouring terrorists should be held accountable and countries should come out of the narrow slogans and ordinary calling to stop terrorism." While addressing the summit, PM also said, "that all the countries should unite against terrorism and intensify the cooperation to stop this mence."
While Imran khan said, "peace and prosperity is elusive until we stop confrontation and cooperate with each other. He also said, "that Pakistan condemns terrorism in all its forms including state terrorism against people under illegal occupation". He also added that, "Pakistan will actively participate in SCO's anti terrorism initiatives."
However, both the leaders exchanged pleasentries when they were in premieres lounge. This was the first meeting between the two after pulwama attack in which 40 CRPF Jawan's were killed in J&K in Febuary this year.
How do members see the statements by both PM's? And do you agree that dialogue process should be initiated between the two countries?