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Joint Statement on the 15th Meeting of the India-U.S. Working Group on Counter-terrorism

The two sides discussed international efforts to counter threats posed by foreign terrorist fighters.


Press Release India
Updated: 27-03-2018 21:00 IST
Joint Statement on the 15th Meeting of the India-U.S. Working Group on Counter-terrorism

Both sides committed to strengthening information sharing on some of the world’s most dangerous terrorist groups and individuals. (Image credit: Flickr)

The 15th meeting of the India-U.S. Counterterrorism Joint Working Group was held in New Delhi on March 27, 2018. Led by Ministry of External Affairs Joint Secretary Shri Mahaveer Singhvi and the State Department's Principal Deputy Coordinator for Counterterrorism, Alina L. Romanowski, the Indian and the U.S. delegations achieved important progress on counterterrorism cooperation between the two countries.

The working group reviewed threats posed by terrorist groups worldwide and in their respective regions, including cross-border terrorism in the South Asia region. Both sides committed to strengthening information sharing on some of the world's most dangerous terrorist groups and individuals and exchanged views on efforts to counter the financing and operations of regional and global terrorist organizations.

The two sides discussed international efforts to counter threats posed by foreign terrorist fighters. The working group also discussed international and bilateral cooperation on justice, law enforcement, and capacity building efforts to counter terrorism, and United Nations Security Council Resolution 2396.

Following up on the inaugural U.S.-India Counterterrorism Designations Dialogue in December 2017, the delegations discussed ongoing efforts to ensure the effective implementation of domestic and international terrorist designations. The United States will host the next meeting of the Joint Working Group in 2019.

(This is a reproduced press release from the US Department of State as it is. Devdiscourse bears no responsibility towards grammatical or factual errors that may have been presented in the report.)

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