Terrorism: Key Issue in Final Documents of BRICS Summit

Terrorism: Key Issue in Final Documents of BRICS Summit
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14 October 2016
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New Delhi, Oct 14 (Prensa Latina) Terrorism features prominently in the deliberations of the final document of the 8th Summit of BRICS, which will take place this weekend in the western Indian state of Goa.
The Indian foreign ministry spokesman, Vikas Swarup, said at a press conference that the debate on the Declaration of Goa and the Goa Action Plan continues this Friday, hours from the start of the event.

Several important issues, such as the reform of the UN and the International Monetary Fund, G20-related issues, and progress in the Millennium Development Goals were addressed yesterday, he said.

Terrorism is a common challenge faced by all member countries of the forum: Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, said the spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

New Delhi has a special interest in analyzing the issue of terrorism following the increase in attacks by Islamic insurgents in the northern state of Jammu and Kashmir.

On September 18th, a commando of radicals stormed a military base in that territory, killing 19 soldiers.

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