NEW DELHI: India and US together strongly united against terrorism and specifically signaled Pakistan targeting the rising number of terror groups the country houses on Monday. At a joint news conference by External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and her US counterpart John Kerry, Swaraj said no nation should have a double standard on the issue of terrorism.
“There was a meeting of minds on the issue of terrorism,” said Swaraj, after the second India-US Strategic and Commercial Dialogue. “We agreed that no nation should be allowed to have double standards on terrorism by differentiating between good and bad terrorists,” she added.
Swaraj and Kerry also announced that the two countries had agreed to expedite the sharing of terrorism-related intelligence between their respective agencies.