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SCO Summit 2022: PM Modi likely to meet Xi Jinping, Vladimir Putin in Uzbekistan

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Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin to meet at SCO summit in Samarkand, Uzbekistan. Meeting likely to involve jostling for influence in central Asia. The two global powers have long waged a rivalry. Comes at a crucial time when a rising China and weakening Russia could shift the central Asia power balance in Beijing's favour.
Published 5 months ago · Beijing, China

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