A Pakistani delegation comprising officers from the three armed forces attended a working group meeting of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) in New Delhi, the Foreign Office confirmed on Friday, raising the possibility of the defence minister travelling to India next month. India, the current president of the SCO, is holding a series of meetings this year. It has invited Pakistani defence and foreign ministers for the SCO meetings scheduled in April and May, respectively. No final decision has been made on the invitations yet, Pakistani foreign office spokesperson Mumtaz Zahra Baloch said, adding that a Pakistani delegation from the Joint Staff Headquarters attended a meeting of the expert working group under the Council of Ministers of Defence of the SCO. “Regarding future meetings, I cannot predict how things would develop,” she added, reports The Express Tribune.
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