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India, Netherlands agree to take action against terrorism


India and the Netherlands have agreed that terrorist and extremist organisations need to be denied the space to radicalise, recruit, and conduct attacks on innocent people.

In a joint statement after talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Netherlands Prime Minister Mark Rutte, both leaders reiterated their strong condemnation of terrorism in all its forms and manifestations.

Both sides also affirmed that terrorism cannot be justified on any grounds.
Netherlands has also reaffirmed its support to building consensus among members of the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) over India’s bid to be part of the elite grouping.

India’s bid for entry into the 48-member NSG is being opposed by China citing that New Delhi is not a signatory to the Nuclear Proliferation Treaty.

The statement said, the two sides reaffirmed their commitment to strengthening disarmament and global non-proliferation efforts.

Netherlands congratulated India’s accession to the Missile Technology Control Regime, Wassenaar arrangement and the Australia Group, three export control regimes.


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