India, China hold first key dialogue to fight against terrorism
Beijing: Amid heightened tension between India and Pakistan in the wake of the Uri terror attack, the latter on Tuesday held its first anti-terror dialogue with China in a bid to strengthen cooperation to fight against terrorism.
The two countries exchanged important information on respective policies and legislation to combat the menace in a key counter-terror dialogue in the Chinese capital. “The two sides exchanged their views on regional as well as international security situation,” said an Indian Embassy statement.
In-depth discussions were held between the two ends to enhance cooperation in counter-terrorism and security. Moreover, the meeting was co-chaired by Indian Chairman of Joint Intelligence Committee R N Ravi and Secretary General of Central Political and Legal Affairs Commission of China Wang Yongging.
It may be recalled that the Indo-Pak tension caught fire after as many as 17 soldiers were killed by four Pakistani militants who carried out an attack on the 12th brigade headquarters of the Indian Army in Jammu and Kashmir’s Uri sector on September 18 last.