India joins Russia in the fight against terrorism, according to NSA Ajit Doval

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For almost 50 years, India and Russia have been close allies, supporting one another through difficult times in particular. New Delhi has once again shown its support for Moscow, which was the target of a vicious terror attack late last month.

Ajit Doval, the National Security Advisor (NSA) for India, stated on Wednesday that his country, which is in South Asia, supported its longstanding strategic ally, Russia, in its battle against terrorism.

Attending the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) member states’ summit in Astana, Kazakhstan, Doval also denounced the terror incident that occurred at a Moscow music hall last month, which resulted in the deaths of over a hundred people.

“Perpetrators of terrorism should be effectively and expeditiously dealt with, including those involved in cross-border terrorism,”

Furthermore, he conveyed to Russian NSA Nikolai Patrushev that India supported the Eurasian country’s effort to fight terrorism in all its manifestations and acknowledged its concerns.

“India is dedicated to actively and constructively strengthening its ties with the SCO and its member nations. According to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, security is India’s top priority in the SCO in keeping with his vision for an SECURE SCO. Security, Economic Cooperation, Connectivity, Unity, Respect for Sovereignty and Territorial Integrity, and Environment Protection are the acronyms that make up SECURE, the speaker continued.

It’s interesting to note that India has stepped up its interactions with SCO countries, particularly Russia.

However, despite a protracted border standoff with China, a founding member of the SCO, India’s trade with its northern

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