We want institutional capability to cope with conventional, non-traditional threats: Rajnath Singh at SCO meet


New Delhi, September 4

We want the institutional capability to cope with each conventional and non-traditional threats, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh stated on the SCO meet in Moscow on Friday.

“India unequivocally condemns terrorism in all its forms and manifestations and condemns its proponents. Adoption of anti-terror mechanism by SCO to counter extremist propaganda and de-radicalisation is a significant decision,” Singh stated.

Rajnath Singh added that India valued the works of the SCO Regional Anti-Terrorism Structure and was dedicated to the evolution of world safety structure, which might be open, clear and anchored in worldwide legal guidelines.

“There is a need for a climate of trust, non-aggression and sensitivity towards each other key for peaceful, stable and secure SCO region. Respect for international laws, cooperation and peaceful resolution of differences is the only key for peace and stability in the SCO region,” he stated.

On the safety state of affairs in Afghanistan, he stated it was a matter of concern. PTI



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