India, Pakistan can become full-fledged members of SCO in 2017
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) --
India and Pakistan can become full-fledged member of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) in 2017.
During the Tashkent summit, the SCO leaders approve memorandums on presidency of India and Pakistan in order to receive full-fledged members of the SCO.
In the result, process of accession of India and Pakistan to the SCO will enter into final stage. It is expected that the countries will join the SCO at the organization’s summit in Kazakhstan in 2017.
Prior to the summit, India and Pakistan should joint to all documents, which are part of normative-legal base of the SCO.
At the Tashkent summit, the SCO countries will consider an application of Iran to access to the SCO.