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India walks out of SCO’s NSA meet after Pakistan tasks ‘fictitious’ map

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The NSA left the assembly protesting in opposition to the unsuitable map

new Delhi:







National Security Advisor Ajit Doval (NSA Ajit Doval) left the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) NSA assembly due to the ‘unsuitable map’ being utilized to the backdrop from Pakistan. India left the assembly as a purpose to host Russia and advised this motion of Pakistan in opposition to the foundations of the assembly. India has mentioned that exhibiting its territories as part of Pakistan just isn’t solely a violation of the SCO Charter but additionally in opposition to the established norms of sovereignty and territorial integrity of SCO member nations. This assembly was being held within the metropolis of Moscow, Russia.







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