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India urges UNSC to focus on eliminating terrorist havens in Pakistan

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Syed AkbaruddinIndia has urged the UN Security Council to focus on eliminating terrorist safe havens in Pakistan and accused Islamabad of differentiating between good and bad terrorists.

Indian Ambassador to the UN, Syed Akbaruddin said, support for voices of peace in Afghanistan alone is not enough, the United Nations must focus on addressing the challenges posed by cross border terrorism emanating from safe havens and sanctuaries to our region and especially to Afghanistan.

Mr Akbaruddin was addressing the UN Security Council during a special ministerial meeting on Afghanistan. He said, it is India’s vision that Afghanistan regain its place and New Delhi remain committed to work closely with its regional and international partners to bring peace, security, stability and prosperity in Afghanistan.

Mr Akbaruddin said, it is with this in mind that Prime Minister Narendra Modi, during his visit to Afghanistan on December 24, 2015 to inaugurate the Parliament building, stopped over in Lahore, Pakistan. Unfortunately, these visits were followed by a heinous and barbaric terrorist attack on the Pathankot airbase on January 1, 2016, perpetrated and planned by the very same mindsets which attack the spirit of Afghanistan every day, he said.

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