The SCO ideals of shared prosperity and mutual respect with emphasis on economic ties, comprehensive security, and people-to-people contact can push India-China cooperation forward.
Afghanistan presents an opportunity to the SCO to further strengthen its status as a partnership-based organization with the principles of relationship and win-win cooperation.
In the coming years, and especially with the presence of Iran as a key member, the organization is expected to make greater contributions to world peace and common prosperity.
The SCO is charting a blueprint for Central Asian countries based on their unity and consensus.
The SCO group has sent out a signal of unity in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, cross-border terrorism, unilateralism, trade protectionism and with a promise of enhancing SCO solidarity and building a better post-COVID region.
While the SCO initially focused on three key areas: regional security, economy and culture, the organization has since expanded its remit to other security-related issues such as drug trafficking, information security and illegal migration.
The unique feature of SCO is that instead of forcing on alliance, the organization has based its entire thematic essence on building alliance and sharing cooperation mechanism, consensus building and avoiding mutual conflicts.
The core idea is that the SCO should abide by the Charter of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization and the Treaty on Long-term Good-neighborly Relations, Friendship and Cooperation.
Even with all the geopolitical complexity, SCO member countries have assumed their responsibilities in seeking integrated solutions to common problems.
President Xi Jinping delivered a keynote speech at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization Summit on Sunday.
The main task facing Russia in the near future is to attract as much Chinese investment as possible, with preferential terms.
Xi and Putin trust each other and share their thoughts with each other, which is important to the relationship.