New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi said BRICS has adopted a counter terrorism action plan that was drawn up by National Security Advisors of the Member States, Modi said in his address at BRICS summit virtually on Thursday.
Putin said the situation in Afghanistan must not become a threat to its neighbours. Russia, just like its BRICS partners, consistently supports the establishment of the long awaited peace and stability in Afghanistan. Countering terror, particularly in the context of the Afghanistan upheaval, dominated discussions on Thursday at the five nation BRICS virtual summit chaired by India, with all heads of state collectively agreeing to combat the export of terror and cooperate to mitigate the humanitarian crisis in the war torn country.
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We emphasize the need to address the humanitarian situation and to uphold human rights, including those of women, children and minorities, a joint declaration adopted at the end of the summit, called the New Delhi Declaration.
There was strong consensus on condemning terrorism, including cross-border terror, terror financing and the springing up of radical organisations, said Sanjay Bhattacharya, Secretary (CPV) MEA. He said many agreements, including the one calling for reforms of multilateral organisations, remote sensing satellite constellation, agriculture reforms and cooperation and some others related to the New Development Bank (NDB) were finalised or endorsed during the summit attended by Chinese President Xi Jinping, Russian President Vladimir Putin, South African President Cyril Ramaphosa and Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro.
We reject double standards in countering terrorism and extremism conducive to terrorism. We call for expeditious finalization and adoption of the Comprehensive Convention on International Terrorism within the UN framework, said in the BRICS joint declaration.