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By Mariam Raheem   

QINGDAO, July 28 (Gwadar Pro)- The opening ceremony of the training course on poverty alleviation in SCO countries and the inauguration of the preliminary selection class was held at China- SCO Institute of Economic and Trade, Jiaozhou, Qingdao on Wednesday. This training course plans to set up 13 pre-selected shifts to demonstrate China’s experience in poverty alleviation and introduce successful practices of rural revitalization in an all-round way.

At the 21st meeting of SCO Council of Heads of State, China put forward the task of providing 1,000 poverty alleviation training opportunities to SCO member states from 2022 to 2024.

According to the project arrangement, Qingdao will undertake the task of training 200 professionals in the field of poverty reduction and development for SCO countries within 3 years, and promote the in-depth development of friendly and cooperative relations with SCO countries and relevant regions through training exchanges for the benefit of the people of all parties.

The training course invites experts in the fields of industrial poverty alleviation and rural revitalization to focus on the actual development of the industry and the application of the latest technology around China’s poverty alleviation policies, system design, experience and practices, agricultural industrial development, rural e-commerce and other related themes, share the cases of agricultural and special products e-commerce to help rural revitalization, build an exchange platform, and promote the multilateral economic and trade development of SCO countries.

More than 130 employees from SCO countries attended the initial training online and offline. Among the 13 training courses, Shandong Foreign Trade Vocational College will conduct e-commerce training courses for Pakistan’s officials, enterprises and students.  

While appreciating SCO’s comprehensive development agenda, Pakistan’s prime minister Shehbaz Sharif emphasized that its core purpose was the growth and prosperity of member nations during a meeting with SCO Secretary General Ambassador Zhang Ming recently. The PM also lauded China’s achievements in poverty alleviation and underlined Pakistan’s priorities and national development goals in areas involving poverty alleviation.

(Editor:Wang Su)

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Killexams : SCO asked to develop economic strategy

14th Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) Prime Ministers' Meeting, in Zhengzhou, China earlier this year. PHOTO: FILE


Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) Secretary General Zhang Ming visited the FPCCI Capital Office and discussed the importance of effectively utilising the potential of multilateral trade and economic cooperation.

The SCO secretary general, who called on Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI) chief Irfan Iqbal Sheikh and Chairman Coordination Mirza Abdul Rehman, also exchanged views on a visa sticker scheme for the SCO member states to enhance people-to-people contacts in the region so that bilateral and multilateral trade and business could flourish.

Participants of the meeting reaffirmed that SCO must consider taking meaningful initiatives to develop and adopt an economic development strategy for
the region.

Sheikh voiced hope that the meeting with Zhang would open new vistas in the relationship between Pakistan and the SCO member countries.

“SCO provides an excellent opportunity to create linkages as the bloc has proposed that all members should try to simplify trade procedures and work for a free trade agreement.”

The FPCCI chief lauded the creation of SCO Development Bank and SCO Development Fund along with the formulation of a draft roadmap on the gradual increase in national currencies’ share in reciprocal payments by the interested member states.

He said the FPCCI was looking forward to enhancing trade and investment with the SCO region and forging a formidable economic alliance for mutual prosperity and development of member nations.

He also highlighted the economic and commercial potential of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) and Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI) gas pipeline project.

Published in The Express Tribune, July 26th, 2022.

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Killexams : The SCO Can De-escalate India-Pakistan Tensions

India and Pakistan joined the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) as full member states during the June 2017 SCO Summit in Astana, Kazakhstan. Before the addition of the two South Asian nations, the SCO consisted of China, Russia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, and Kyrgyzstan. The now eight-member SCO also has four observer states, including Afghanistan, and six dialogue partners, including Sri Lanka. Together, they constitute much of Asia’s geography, with a population of over 3 billion people.

The foundational purpose of SCO as the largest intergovernmental organization in the world is to strengthen mutual trust and promote good neighborly relations among its member states. This is to be achieved through gradual but consistent efforts by the SCO member states to engage in multifaceted cooperation to advance their collective, common interest in the sustainable human and protective security of the SCO space. Parallel to this, the SCO seeks to establish a more democratic and rational world order.

Because sustainable peace makes sustainable development possible in Asia and the rest of the world, the SCO summits emphasize the importance of results-driven security cooperation among member states, observer states, and dialogue partners. The addition of India and Pakistan was widely welcomed as a significant opportunity for the SCO to address the lingering security threats of terrorism, extremism, and separatism in South and Central Asia. These same intertwined threats have provided an enabling environment for organized criminality, while deepening poverty that denies the youthful populations of Asia the socioeconomic opportunities and facilities they need to contribute to the sustainable development and peace of their individual nations and collectively to those of the rest of Asia.

That is why Chinese President Xi Jinping, at the 18th SCO Summit in Qingdao, called on the SCO’s expanded membership to move from talk to action. He stated:

We need to actively implement the 2019-2021 program of cooperation for combating ‘three evil forces of terrorism, separatism, and extremism;’ continue to conduct the ‘Peace Mission’ and other joint counter-terrorism exercises…We need to deliver full play to the role of SCO-Afghanistan Contact Group to facilitate peace and reconstruction in Afghanistan.

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Xi added that “Countries are increasingly inter-dependent today… confronted with many common threats and challenges that no one can tackle alone. Only by enhancing solidarity and partnership, will we be able to achieve lasting stability and development.” Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who addressed the summit as the leader of a newly admitted member state, echoed his Chinese counterpart, floating the concept of SECURE to underpin the work of SCO: ‘S’ for security for citizens, ‘E’ for economic development, ‘C’ for connectivity in the region, ‘U’ for unity, ‘R’ for respect of sovereignty, ‘E’ for environmental protection. He highlighted instability in Afghanistan as an “unfortunate effect of terrorism,” noting: “I hope the brave steps towards peace taken by [Afghan] President Ghani will be respected by all in the region.”

Moreover, Russian President Vladimir Putin welcomed the accession of India and Pakistan to the SCO. He stressed that “countering terrorism remains the priority for cooperation within the SCO,” underlining that the three-year program of action, adopted at the 18th Summit, “envisions holding joint drills and counter-terror operations, streamlining a closer exchange of experience and operational information.” He also encouraged the SCO Youth Council to “actively participate in our work on preventing the recruitment of young people to participate in terrorist activities.”

Building on these and other statements from the SCO member states calling for quick and concrete action to fight and eliminate terrorism, the Central Military Commission of Russia conducted a six-day joint military exercise from August 22-29, 2018 in Chelyabinsk Oblast, Russia. The joint exercise was initiated by the Regional Anti-Terrorist Structure of SCO (RATS-SCO), which included tactical operations with a focus on strengthening counterterrorism and counterinsurgency preparedness, coordination and cooperation among the SCO member states. Around 3,000 soldiers — including 748 from China, 167 from India, and 110 from Pakistan — participated in the joint drill.

Indeed, for India and Pakistan, it was their first such joint military exercise since their independence in 1947. And this raised much hope about the prospect of the two countries participating in the Peace Mission 2018 and future ones to move beyond decades of routine skirmishes along the Line of Control and to begin building inter-military confidence through SCO measures, thereby easing tensions between the two nations. Commenting on this shortly before the joint exercise, Sun Zhuangzhi, a professor at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, told the Global Times, “It is a rare opportunity for Pakistan and India, which have long been involved in military conflict, to enhance military exchanges and trust. This could Improve regional stability.”

Contrary to these expectations, however, a rapid escalation of violence between India and Pakistan since February 14, 2019 has been cause for serious concern in the SCO neighborhood and the rest of the world. On February 14, Pakistan-based terrorist group Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) carried out and later claimed a suicide attack on a bus convoy carrying Indian Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel in the Pulwama district of Jammu and Kashmir, India. The attack killed over 40 of the CRPF officers. This unprovoked act of terrorism was internationally condemned with calls on Pakistan to rid its soil of terrorist networks and to dismantle their support infrastructure, including safe havens and training facilities. India promised retaliation and, on February 26, conducted air strikes that hit “the biggest training camp of JeM in Balakot, Pakistan.” Many militants under training at the camp are reported to have been killed by India’s air strikes. In response, Pakistan sent aircraft to strike Indian military installations in India-administered Kashmir.

The international community has called for restraint by India and Pakistan and de-escalation of tensions between them. Now is the time for the SCO’s founding member states to act on their often-stated common objectives to restore, ensure, and maintain peace, security, and stability in the SCO space. In the last SCO Summit, Putin emphasized that one of the SCO’s key priorities was to assist “in the political and diplomatic settlement of conflicts near the external borders of the organization’s member states.”

Now that escalatory moves by India and Pakistan could lead to breakout of a larger conflict with far-reaching implications within the SCO’s own members, the SCO should lose no time in engaging with the two countries to have them refrain from further retaliatory measures in favor of returning to direct dialogue for a resolution of mounting tensions caused by the latest developments. While this should be SCO’s immediate goal, the RATS-SCO should be tasked to identify and assess the presence of major terrorist groups and their support infrastructure throughout the SCO region. Then it should map out a results-oriented counterterrorism plan of action for adoption by the SCO member states, whose counterterrorism efforts the RATS-SCO should verify to ensure no distinction between and among terrorist groups. In other words, verification by RATS-SCO should expose for correction duplicitous counterterrorism policies, which remain an impediment to effective counterterrorism in South Asia.

As Afghanistan’s President Ashraf Ghani said, in condemning the February 14 terrorist attack in India, “terrorism is a cancer in the region, and it requires collective efforts to root it out.” The SCO can and should initiate to lead a collective, region-wide campaign to fight and eliminate the cancer, before it spreads in multiple destructive ways throughout the SCO region. Afghanistan has done more than a lion’s share, fighting terrorism with regional and transnational roots. Our full accession to the SCO will only enable us to do a lot more, helping our neighbors — including India, Pakistan, China, Russia, and Iran — address the intertwined threats of terrorism, extremism, and criminality.

M. Ashraf Haidari is the Ambassador of Afghanistan to Sri Lanka, as well as a Senior International Security Fellow at the New America in Washington DC. He tweets @MAshrafHaidari.

Fri, 01 Mar 2019 01:02:00 -0600 en-US text/html
Killexams : Training programme on disaster management held

The Centre for Disaster Management at the Administrative Training Institute (ATI) in the city conducted a  two-day training and review of the disaster management plan for district officials.

The training programme, which concluded on Friday, saw 30 officials taking part in it and apprising themselves of various challenges and dimensions in disaster management.

Additional DC Manjunathswamy, who inaugurated the programme, said that each district had unique challenges and was prone to different types of disasters and hence the preparations should vary accordingly.

 With respect to Mysuru, he said that there were 71 factories identified as with potential to cause disaster and the district administration had conceived precautionary measures tailor-made to any situation arising out of any of the units. The district administration was regularly conducting drills by simulating a scenario arising out of a possible disaster and testing its preparedness and effectiveness. Disaster management is most effective when there was perfect coordination among the various department of the district administration, he added.

M. Dileep Kumar, who conducted the training programme, explained the salient features of the State Disaster Management Plan (SDMP) and the National Disaster Management Plan (NDMP) and the imperatives of following the protocols enshrined in the modules. This called for delegation of responsibility for district and taluk level officials, he added.

The participants were apprised of health and hospital disaster management by Mallika, Senior District Health Officer. K.P.Naveen, Regional Fire Officer, highlighted the potential fire disasters and fire-prone areas in the district and the various measures in place to combat them and the imperatives of coordination of different agencies to mitigate the impact.

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Killexams : Oman vs Scotland, Match 10 Over By Over Comparison

Oman vs Scotland Scorecard

Match Ended   

Match 10, Al Amerat Cricket Ground Oman Cricket (Ministry Turf 1), Oman , Oct 21, 2021

Scotland beat Oman by 8 wickets

  • Scores
  • Runs
  • Run Rate
  • Rate Req
  • Runs Req
  • Balls Rem
  • 20/0
  • 9
  • 6.667
  • 6.059
  • 103
  • 102
  • 101/2
  • 15
  • 7.214
  • 3.667
  • 22
  • 36

Match Info

  • Venue Al Amerat Cricket Ground Oman Cricket (Ministry Turf 1), Oman
  • Weather Clear
  • Toss Omanwon the toss and elected to bat
  • Result Scotland beat Oman by 8 wickets
  • Player of the Match Josh Davey
  • Umpire Ahsan Raza (PAK), Chris Gaffaney (NZ) and Kumar Dharmasena (SL)
  • Referee Ranjan Madugalle (SL)

Match Notes

  • Innings Break: Oman 122/10 in 20.0 overs
  • Oman 100/6 in 16.2 overs
  • Drinks: Oman 51/3 in 9.3 overs
  • Oman 50/2 in 8.6 overs
  • Mandatory Power play (1-6): Oman 37/2
  • Scotland 101/2 in 13.6 overs
  • Scotland 54/1 in 6.4 overs
  • Mandatory Power play (1-6): Scotland 45/1
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Killexams : Indian, Pakistani Troops Take Part In SCO Military Drill For The First Time

The militaries of India and Pakistan for the first time are taking part in a mega anti-terror drill of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) in Russia, aimed at expanding cooperation among member countries to deal with the growing menance of terrorism and extremism.

India is participating in the drill for the first time since becoming a full member of the SCO in June 2017.

SCO Peace Mission Exercise is conducted biennially for the SCO member states as a part of the SCO initiatives.

 The Central Military Commission of Russia is conducting the joint exercise from August 22 to 29 at Chebarkul, Russia.

 The exercise will involve tactical level operations in an international counter insurgency or counter terrorism environment under the SCO Charter.

At least 3,000 soldiers from China, Russia, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, India and Pakistan are participating in the drill, according to the Chinese media reports.

Ten representatives from Uzbekistan will serve as observers, state-run Global Times reported.

The Indian contingent of 200 personnel is primarily composed of troops from infantry and affiliated arms and services along with the Indian Air Force. The Indian contingent has been put through a strenuous training schedule which includes firing, heliborne operations, combat conditioning, tactical operations and house intervention drills, according to curtain raiser of the exercise released by the Ministry of Defence in New Delhi.

The joint exercise will strengthen mutual confidence, interoperability and enable sharing of best practices among armed forces of the SCO nations.

The previous SCO counter-terrorism drills were mainly limited to the Central Asian nations, the Chinese media said.

But due to the entry of India and Pakistan, the SCO's counter-terrorism mission has expanded to South Asia, Li Wei, a counter-terrorism expert at the China Institute of Contemporary International Relations in Beijing, told the Global Times.

The SCO was established in Shanghai in 2001, with China, Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan as founding members.

It expanded to include India and Pakistan in 2017.

"The effective counter-terrorism cooperation among SCO countries has greatly undermined terrorist groups in Central Asia in latest years, and it's expected that this effective cooperation will also boost stability in South Asia, a region facing a more complicated counter-terrorism situation with a variety of active terrorist groups," Li said.

Sun Zhuangzhi, a professor at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences said Peace Mission 2018 will also greatly Improve military and political mutual trust among SCO countries, especially between India and Pakistan.

"It's a rare opportunity for Pakistan and India, which have long been involved in military conflict, to enhance military exchanges and trust. This could Improve regional stability," Sun said.

Li said future counter-terrorism drills among SCO countries have to come up with new drills on targeting terrorist groups in South Asia. He suggested that the SCO further expand to include Afghanistan, which is currently an observer country, to strengthen counter-terrorism efforts in South Asia.

The Peace Mission 2018 also created a historic chance for four major military powers in Eurasia - China, Russia, Pakistan and India - to participate in the same military drill, Sun said.


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Killexams : No Pak, Russia FMs meeting at SCO raises eyebrows No result found, try new keyword!Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Friday held bilateral meetings with foreign ministers of all member states of Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) in Tashkent, except his Indian and ... Fri, 29 Jul 2022 18:13:00 -0500 Killexams : 2nd T20I, SCO vs NZ Dream team prediction and Best Fantasy Suggestions No result found, try new keyword!Looks like you missed the pre-match Fantasy Insights for this match. You can still catch the other matches that are about to start. Check the section below to accessFantasy Insightsfor all ... Thu, 28 Jul 2022 05:48:00 -0500 text/html Killexams : Sports Minister Matytsin says Russia is working with BRICS partners to create new events

Russian Sports Minister Oleg Matytsin has claimed that his country is developing new sports competitions with BRICS partners Brazil, India, China and South Africa.

Russia is seeking to re-enter international sports competitions after being largely exiled from events following the recommendation by the International Olympic Committee to ban the country for its invasion of Ukraine.

In the view of Matytsin, Russia could return to sport events through forming closer ties to the four BRICS countries as well as those part of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO).

Members of the SCO include Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Pakistan.

"We’re working on various formats with the BRICS and SCO countries, four billion people live there, this is not an alternative to the World Championships, but new formats," Matytsin said at the Russian Athletics Championships in Cheboksary.

"I think that in any case, this period [of Russians being banned] will not last long, world sport will not be able to live without Russian athletes for a long time."

Russia’s exclusion has caused national tennis athletes Andrey Rublev and Daria Kasatkina to consider changing their citizenship.

Both competitors are opposed to the war in Ukraine.

The Kremlin has dismissed claims from some political figures that such a move would be equivalent to treason.

Matytsin has also rubbished the potential of Russian athletes in their numbers switching their allegiance.

"I’m not afraid that they will change citizenship, I see no objective reasons," he said.

"Prize money is not a panacea for everything, the system that we have in Russian sports involves not only prize money, but also social guarantees, training opportunities, and so on.

"But I don’t see such risks.

"We will overcome this difficult temporary period, it must be used for the development of our sports."

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