Pakistan skips SCO military medicine conference
Pakistan on Thursday skipped the two-day SCO military medicine conference organised by India.
New Delhi: Pakistan on Thursday skipped the two-day SCO military medicine conference organised by India here.
The conference is being attended by 27 international and 40 Indian delegates.
Delhi: Pakistani delegation is absent at the first military co-operation of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO), organised by the Defence Ministry. Defence officials say, since Pakistan is a member of the SCO, it was invited to the event. pic.twitter.com/36FL2LWt2M— ANI (@ANI) September 12, 2019
At the conference, the inaugural session of which was addressed by Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, the seat allotted to Pakistan was vacant.
This is the first military cooperation event hosted by India after becoming a full-time member of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation.
India and Pakistan became members of SCO in June 2017. (PTI)