India and the United Kingdom held the fourteenth meeting of the India-United Kingdom Joint Counter-Terrorism Working Group. The conference will actually be held from January 21 to 22, 2021.
♦ At this meeting, both countries strongly condemned terrorism in all its forms and manifestations.
♦ Both countries emphasized the need to strengthen international cooperation so that in addition to combating cross-border terrorism in South Asia, the problem of global terrorism can also be completely resolved.
♦ Countries have reviewed terrorist entities and terrorist threats stipulated by the United Nations. The two countries also exchanged views on evaluating terrorist entities and individuals as counter-terrorism tools.
♦ In addition, the challenges faced by terrorism in response to the COVID-19 pandemic were discussed.
♦ The two countries finally demanded that other countries take immediate steps to ensure that the territories under their control are not used for terrorist activities. They also demand that all countries, if any attacks are launched on certain territories, their respective countries must take action.