Ukraine Crisis Looms Large at Eurasia Summit

Leaders of Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) member states met in the Uzbek city of Samarkand on Sept. 15 and 16, to discuss Eurasia’s current political, economic, and security trajectory.
Russia plays a prominent role in the SCO, which was originally founded by Moscow and Beijing in hopes of counterbalancing US global influence.
So it came as little surprise that the conflict in Ukraine, which has aggravated fault lines between East and West, came up several times in talks between leaders.
“There were several discussions on Ukraine, but this didn’t detract from the aims of the summit, which seeks Eurasian economic, cultural and political cooperation,” Prof. Cem Karadeli, head advisor to the Ankara Center for Crisis and Policy Studies (ANKASAM), told The Epoch Times….

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