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Modi terms Pakistan ‘Global Exporter of Terror’ at Laos summit

“The time has come for us to stop this Global Exporter of Terror. The time has come to isolate sanction this instigator,” said Modi who was attending the 14th India-Asean Summit and the 11th East Asia Summit in Vientiane, Laos.

He told the East-Asian Summit that the world not only needs to target terrorists but their whole ecosystem and “our strongest action should be reserved for those state actors who employ terrorism as an instrument of state policy”.

Modi, without naming Pakistan, maintained that most of the South Asian countries are peaceful path to economic prosperity but only “one country” is “producing and exporting terrorism.

“This export is reducing space for peace & increasing space for violence, and putting at risk peace and prosperity of all,” said the Indian PM.

The Indian premier expressed similar views in last week’s G20 Summit in China and blamed Pakistan for spreading agents of terror in South Asia.


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India’s South China Sea policy

Outlining India’s position on the South China Sea, the  Indian PM stated India can share expertise and build partnerships for protection of marine resources, prevent environment degradation and tap blue economy.

His ASEAN Summit speech

In his ASEAN-India Summit speech, Modi mentioned that India’s strategic partnership with ASEAN covers security, economic & socio-cultural spheres.

He also said that India as already implemented 54 activities mentioned in the ASEAN-India Plan of Action.

He also announced hosting Commemorative Summit on “Shared Values, Common Destiny” in 2017 in India.



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