India has warned the world community on terrorism. India's Ambassador to the United Nations, Ruchira Kamboj, in her address to the special session of the Security Council, said that terrorism threatens the whole world. The world should not adopt double standards regarding terrorism and terrorists. Terrorism is spreading in many countries of the world including Africa.
Ruchira Kamboj also clarified India's stand at the UN Security Council briefing on the topic 'Terrorist acts threaten international peace and security'. He said that we should refrain from describing terrorism as based on any inspiration. This will give opportunists an opportunity to justify some terrorist activities.
India's ambassador to the United Nations said that ISIS is now spreading its foot in Africa. The world community should stop looking at the terrorist threat from different angles and focus on it. It has the same risk of spreading to other parts of the world.
Ruchira Kamboj said that it is our considered opinion that if there is terrorism in any part of the world, then it is a threat to the peace and security of the whole world. Therefore, our response to this challenge must be integrated, coordinated and most importantly, effective. He said that you will remember that on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the cowardly attack of 9/11, External Affairs Minister of India S Jaishankar had given many suggestions to combat terrorism in a common manner.
Earlier, acting executive director of the Counter-Terrorism Committee, Wexiong Chen on Tuesday expressed hope that the special anti-terrorism meeting in India in October will further strengthen multilateral efforts. In October, there will also be a special meeting of UN Security Council members to find new ways to combat terrorism. India will host it.
He said- 'I would like to inform the Council of the forthcoming Special Meeting of the Anti-Terrorism Committee on the Use of Emerging Technologies for the Purposes of Prevention of Terrorism to be held in New Delhi and Mumbai from October 28 to 30, 2022, that this event will be held in our multilateral and will serve as a platform to further enhance and strengthen multi-faceted counter-terrorism efforts.