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Indian representative storms out of SCO meeting in protest to Pakistan showcasing ‘fictitious map’ of the region
India and Pakistan accused each other of violating the protocol of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), as New Delhi protested Islamabads use of its official map of the region.
The national security adviser to the Indian government, Ajit Doval, abruptly walked out of a virtual SCO meeting hosted by its chair Russia. The incident happened because Pakistan had “deliberately projected a fictitious map that Pakistan has recently been propagating,” India’s Foreign Ministry spokesperson Anurag Srivastava explained.
He stated that Pakistan’s gesture violated “the norms of the meeting,” after which India decided leave “in protest at that juncture.”
A screenshot from the virtual meeting that was published in the Indian media showed an empty chair next to an Indian flag.