Sounds like a light rebuke from the Chinese to the Russians over the issue. China has been pretty consistent on the sovereignty/internal affairs issue. By China's traditional standard and rhetoric, Georgia was fully within its rights to take whatever action it chose in a so called breakaway province and Russia has done exactly what China most vehemently opposes.There were not many surprises out of the SCO summit. The general language was pretty supportive of Russia, which is in keeping with the general situation, and the fact that it would be very out of character for China's leadership to really repudiate Russia on this issue. But we did see that China got it's points in: the remark about territorial integrity is the main one, and the part about "seeking restraint" which I think goes along with China's general belief in non-interference. Basically China supported Russia as long as it did not cost them anything.
Also on a side note it must really be terrible to have the summit in Dushanbe, Tajikistan when they could have had it in some of the world's greatest cities?
That being said, I don't think it is in China's best interests to totally abandon Russia, yet. The Russians still have stuff that the Chinese do want access to, and it is not worth jeopardizing the relationship too much.