Prime Minister Narendra Modi met US Vice President Kamala Harris at the White House on Thursday. During this, the two leaders emphasized on strengthening the strategic partnership between the two countries and discussed issues of mutual and global interest. Along with this, Kamala Harris, taking suo motu cognizance during her first meeting with PM Modi, mentioned Pakistan’s role in terrorism.
Kamala Harris has discussed Pakistan’s role in terrorism on suo moto during her first meeting with PM Modi. News agency PTI quoted the foreign ministry as saying that Harris said in a meeting with PM Modi that there were many terrorist groups operating in Pakistan, in this regard he asked the Pakistani government to take action so that India and US security should not be threatened.
The agency quoted Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla as saying that when the issue of terrorism came up during the discussion between Prime Minister Modi and Kamala Harris in the meeting, the US Vice President mentioned Pakistan’s role in that regard.
When reporters asked the Foreign Secretary whether the issue of Pakistan’s role in terrorism came up during Kamala Harris’s meeting with PM Modi? In response, Shringla confirmed this and said that the US Vice President also mentioned that terrorist groups are operating in Pakistan.
The Indian Foreign Secretary was quoted as saying that he (Harris) asked Pakistan to take action so that it does not affect the security of America and India. Let us tell you that this is the first meeting between the two leaders. Earlier, Harris spoke to Modi over the phone during the Corona crisis in India.
Harris described India as a very important partner of America. Also welcomed the announcement of New Delhi in which India has talked about resuming the export of COVID-19 vaccine soon.
In April this year, India stopped the export of the corona vaccine after the second wave of the pandemic hit the country. On Monday, India said it would resume exporting additional vaccines as needed in the fourth quarter of 2021 under the Vaccine Friendship Program and to meet its commitment to the Covax global campaign.