SEOUL: Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Friday that the global peace and security of the biggest threats as radicalization and terrorism as he identified as “unite and act” to completely eradicate terror networks and their financing of supply channels. .
Prime Minister Modi, who is on a two-day visit to South Korea, expressed his gratitude for
‘s support following one of the worst terrorist attacks by Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammad terror group that killed 40 CRPF soldiers in
‘s Pulwama district on February 14th.
Addressing the media
, PM Modi said that the time has come when the world, going beyond the talks, should “unite and act” against terrorism
Later, speaking at an event
For 2018, PM Modi said that like Korea, India has also suffered from cross-border conflict
“He said in an apparent reference to Pakistan, which on several terror groups to safe havens provided for the accused.
While India has been the victim of cross-border terrorism for over 40 years, all nations today face this grave threat which is no regard for the border.
“The time has come for all those who believe in humanity to join hands, to completely eradicate terrorist networks, and their financing supply channels and counter terrorism and propaganda. and transform the landscape of violence and vendetta into a post-guard of peace, “PM Modi said.
He recalled that a few months before the Seoul Olympics in 1988, an organization called al-Qaida was formed.
“Today, radicalisation and terrorism have become globalized and are the biggest threats to global peace and security,” he said.
PM Modi expressed his gratitude to the President for his condolences and support on the Pulwama attack.
“We have committed towards strengthening our diplomatic and multilateral cooperation against terrorism,” he said.
He said an MoU signed between India’s home ministry and South Korea’s National Police Agency will be further forward forward the
cooperation between the two sides