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New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi Saturday departed for China's Qingdao city, to attend the two-day long 18th Shanghai Cooperation Organisation Summit (SCO). 

PM Narendra Modi is scheduled to hold a bilateral meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping. The two will meet on 9-10 June apart from Shanghai Cooperation Summit (SCO), that will be held in the Chinese coastal city of Qingdao.

In the two-day SCO summit, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to address India's position on dealing with major challenges including ways to tackle terrorism, and boosting trade and investment in the region.

The SCO is an inter governmental organisation founded in 2001 comprising Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan Russia, Tajikistan Uzbekistan, China and new members India and Pakistan. The new members were inducted in last year's Astana summit.

On Friday, the Prime Minister posted a message regarding the summit on his official Facebook account "The SCO has a rich agenda for cooperation, ranging from fighting terrorism, separatism and extremism to promoting cooperation in connectivity, commerce, customs, law, health and agriculture; protecting the environment and mitigating disaster risk, and fostering people-to-people relations,".

He also said he would be holding multiple meetings with the heads of various SCO member states on the sidelines of the summit.

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