Both India, Australia committed to fighting terrorism: MEA

Terming President Ram Nath Kovind visit to Australia as “fruitful”, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) on Friday said that both India and Australia is committed to fighting terrorism while stressing that “act of terror in any region is not acceptable”.

Briefing the media here about the President’s first visit to the eastern country MEA Secretary (East) Vijay Thakur Singh said, “As far as terrorism is concerned both India and Australia have similar views. Terrorism is threats which need to be fought globally, in whatever region acts of terrorism are not acceptable.”

The MEA Secretary (East) said that during the meeting, President Kovind and Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison discussed measures for maintaining a peaceful and stable Indo-Pacific region.

She added that President Kovind during the meeting also underscored that two countries could cooperate in space technology as India has a proven track record in the area. Read More

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