Rajnath Singh in Uzbekistan says "Strengthening laws is necessary to fight terrorism"
Rajnath Singh in Uzbekistan says
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New Delhi: Union Defense Minister Rajnath Singh today said that there is a need to strengthen the existing international laws and mechanisms for combating terrorism and its supporters without any exception and in this case, no double standards should be adopted. needed. Rajnath Singh arrived in Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan on Saturday as the representative of PM Narendra Modi at the 18th meeting of the Council of Heads of States of the Shanghai Cooperation Association (SCO).

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During this, he said, "Terrorism is spreading unrest in our society and hindering development efforts. It is essential for SCO countries to unite to deal with this problem. ”Rajnath Singh stressed that the process of globalization has given growth opportunities to member countries, but also to developing countries Complex threats have also arisen.

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Rajnath Singh called upon the member countries to work together to overcome the challenges of terrorism, climate change, poverty alleviation, backwardness, diseases and inequality. He said, "I believe that this meeting will be an opportunity to take concrete steps towards achieving our common goals and objectives." In this sense, this SCO meeting is very important. ''

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