Sushma Swaraj Targets Pakistan Says India-US together to Fight against cross Border Terrorism


New Delhi: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today targeted Pakistan, saying that cross border terrorism against India has now been accepted as a major regional and global challenge. Cooperation between India and the US is increasing in order to counter it.

Sushma, while quashing China’s ambitious ‘One Area and One Road’ scheme, said that “Sovereignty and regional integrity should be respected during the construction of contact projects.”

Speaking on many issues, he said that the emerging situation in the Indo-Pacific region is one of the main challenges facing the world in today’s world.

They pointed to the South China Sea where China is increasing its military strength and said that India and the United States are standing together to maintain international rule-based systems. As a result, all the countries have benefited. Referring to India’s deteriorating relations with Pakistan, he said that the government’s ‘neighboring first’ policy has yielded results with all the countries except one country.

On the challenge of terrorism, Sushma said that India and America give it to the “high priority”.

He said on the India-US forum, “Both countries have been directly suffering from this evil. In India, we have been facing border cross-border terrorism for many years. It has now been accepted as a major regional and a global challenge. ”

Referring to the conversation between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump last month, he said that the two leaders jointly “made it clear” that the international community should move forward with a resolution to control terrorism. Is required.



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