Leaders there are expected to review the grouping’s activities over the past two decades and discuss the prospects of multilateral cooperation.
A statement from the ministry of external affairs said that the summit will be attended by leaders of member states of SCO, observer states, secretary general of the SCO, executive director of the SCO regional anti-terrorist structure (RATS), president of Turkmenistan and other invited guests.
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be visiting Samarkand at the invitation of the President of Uzbekistan to attend the 22nd meeting of the council of heads of state of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, the statement added.
It further mentioned that the leaders are likely to review the organization’s activities over the past two decades during the summit, while discussing on the state and prospects of multilateral cooperation in the future.
Topical issues of regional and global importance are expected to be on the agenda during the meeting
Moreover, PM Modi is also likely to hold a few bilateral meetings on the sidelines of the summit.