PM Modi suggests to deal terrorism as a common threat

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Published on 1 April 2016 5:10 AM GMT

PM Modi suggests to deal terrorism as a common threat
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Washington: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while addressing the Nuclear Security Summit 2016 in United States, on Thursday, said that world should see terrorism as a common threat. He stated that terrorism is networked globally but many nations act only nationally to counter it. "Drop the notion that terrorism is someone else's problem and that 'his' terrorists are not 'my' terrorists. Nuclear security must remain an abiding national priority for every country" PM Modi said.

Narendra Modi went to United States to take part in Nuclear Security Summit 2016, where he stated that the genuine cooperation between the nations to counter terrorism in negligible.

Highlights:

  • Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in White House to attend the 4th Nuclear Security Summit.
  • Narendra Modi began his speech by applauding President Obama for his sincere service to global security and said said that the whole world needs to focus on Violence, technology and involvement of Sate sectors.
  • He also met scientists from Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory.
  • PM Modi held bilateral talks with his Counterpart in New Zealand, John Key and also met Indian community members in Washigton.
  • Prime Minister attended dinner at Nuclear Security Summit in Washington DC.

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