SCO Tashkent summit reiterates adherence to regional stability (3)

08:32, June 12, 2010      

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All-party talks were accompanied by a series of bilateral meetings at the highest level on the sidelines of the summit.

Russian and Chinese presidents held separate talks on political contacts, cooperation in solving pressing international problems and trade and economic relations.

Medvedev and China's President Hu Jintao also exchanged views on issue for the G20 and the G8 summits, due to take place in Canada shortly.

They also spoke on humanitarian cooperation and the financial and economic situation in the world, other issues on the international agenda, including further SCO activities, the situation in Central Asian, Pakistan, the Korean Peninsula and Afghanista. The SCO is one of the most influential regional organizations in the world, being the only one that includes both Russia and China.

In Tashkent, Hu made a six-point proposal on boosting SCO cooperation, including strengthening mutual trust, stepping up counter-terrorism efforts, improving SCO institutional building and decision-making mechanism, and promoting its transparency and inclusiveness.

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