India and Russia sign comprehensive anti-terror pact

Posted on:28 Nov 2017 10:05:09
India and Russia sign comprehensive anti-terror pact
28 November 2017 Current Affairs: India and Russia have signed comprehensive anti-terror pact agreement for enhancing bilateral cooperation in tackling all forms of terrorism and count.

The agreement was signed by Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh and Russia’s Interior Minister Vladimir Kolokoltsev in Moscow after they held wide-ranging talks.

Both countries emphasized the need to the strength of the relationship between them which has been consolidated in past 70 years in all areas.

They also agreed that terrorism must be fought unitedly and there were no good or bad terrorists.
India and Russia have signed comprehensive anti-terror pact agreement for enhancing bilateral cooperation in tackling all forms of terrorism and count.

The agreement was signed by Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh and Russia’s Interior Minister Vladimir Kolokoltsev in Moscow after they held wide-ranging talks.

Both countries emphasized the need to the strength of the relationship between them which has been consolidated in past 70 years in all areas.

They also agreed that terrorism must be fought unitedly and there were no good or bad terrorists.

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