PM Narendra Modi at Asean summit: Export of terror common security threat
In an obvious reference to Pakistan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said 'export of terror' is a common threat to the region.
Vientiane: In an obvious reference to Pakistan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said "export of terror" is a common threat to the region.
"Export of terror, growing radicalisation and spread of extreme violence are common security threats to our societies," Modi said while addressing the 14th India-Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) Summit.
He said Asean was central to India's Act East Policy while describing the ties with southeast Asia as a "source of harmony".
The India-Asean Summit will be followed by the 11th East Asia Summit on Thursday.
Earlier in the day, Modi held a bilateral meeting with host Laos Prime Minister Thongloun Sisoulith.
Modi is also scheduled to have meetings with South Korean President Park Geun-hye, Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi, who is the State Counsellor and Foreign Minister of Myanmar, and US President Barack Obama later in the day.
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Modi noted that on the coming 15 August, India will enter its 75th year of Independence and highlighted that Amrit Mahotsav is being celebrated throughout the country to mark that year
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