Russia-China Alliance: SCO leaders call for ending Libya conflict

SCO leaders have called for ending the Libya armed conflict and have urged that the UN Security Council resolutions on Libya should be strictly observed. This comes in a declaration that the Shanghai Cooperation Organization adopted following its 10th summit meeting in Kazakhstan’s capital city Astana.

The leaders of the member-states also signed a number of documents, including the Antiterrorist Strategy for 2011-2016, and said they would promote cooperation with the SCO observer nations, namely India, Iran, Mongolia and Pakistan, as well as with their partners in dialogue, Belarus and Sri Lanka.

The Presidents of Afghanistan and Turkmenistan, and high-ranking UN, CIS, EurAsEC, CSTO and ASEAN officials have been invited to attend as guests.

Articles by: Global Research

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