China, defending itself with its evergreen partner Pakistan’s strength, said on Wednesday that Pakistan is standing ahead in the fight against terrorism. This statement from China came in response to a joint statement issued after talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump. It was said in a joint statement that Pakistan imposed cross-border terrorism.
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang told reporters in Beijing, “China believes that international cooperation should be strengthened against terrorism.” The international community should give full recognition and support to Pakistan’s efforts in this regard.
“We should say that Pakistan is standing ahead on the international level in the fight against terrorism and is making efforts in this regard,” he said. India and the United States had told Pakistan that it should ensure that its territory is not used for cross-border terrorism.
After a meeting with PM Modi and Donald Trump, Pakistan was called in a joint statement that it brought the conspirators of Mumbai, Pathankot and other border terror attacks to justice.
Prime Minister Modi and President Trump took a pledge to fight terrorism and expedite efforts to end terrorists’ hideouts. Prior to meeting PM Modi and Trump, the US State Department had declared Hizbul Mujahideen’s gangster Syed Salahuddin as ‘global terrorist’.