Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged his counterpart Li Keqiang and joined hands to fight the terrorism existing in the world.

Modi urged to Li at the 27th Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Summit held in Kuala Lumpur. Not just the economic issue but the global terrorism was much discussed topic in the recent G20 Summit at Turkey and at ASEAN. After several attacks occurred in various parts of the world like Ankara, Paris and Bamako which provoked PM Modi to raise this topic.

Referring terrorism as the biggest challenge PM Modi said, “The need for a united global effort to combat terrorism has never been more urgent.”

PM Modi suggested that both the countries coming together could result in fighting terrorism and improve strategic coordination.

Agreeing to PM Modi’s request Li said, “We are looking forward to strenghthen the coordination with the New Delhi on multilateral affairs and jointly tackling terrorism and other global challenges.”