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Wednesday, 25 September 2019

Modi's advice to China, said - Do not do politics on UN or Financial Task Force action on terror

Modi's advice to China, said - Do not do politics on UN or Financial Task Force action on terror

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday participated in a program on terrorism other than the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA). In this, Modi said that wherever there is a terrorist attack in the world, it should not be taken as good or bad terrorism but only like a terrorist attack. Modi also targeted China for politics on such issues. He said that there should be no politics on the sanctions imposed by the United Nations or the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), the institution that has stopped terror funding. It is necessary to implement its methodology properly.

China tries to save Pak from UN-FATF sanctions

In fact, China has been continuously protecting Pakistan's terrorists as well. Recently, he also put a barrier in the UN's efforts to declare Masood Azhar a terrorist. However, it later changed its decision under pressure from member countries of the Security Council. China stopped efforts to declare Hafiz Saeed a terrorist even a few years ago. Even then he had to bow under pressure.
Last year, the FATF put Pakistan in its gray list to prevent terror. Last month, the Asia Pacific Group (APG), an organization of the FATF, put Pakistan in the Enhanced Experimental Followup List (Black List). Pakistan alleges that India is constantly trying to isolate it in the world.
It is believed that since then China has been trying to get Pakistan out of the blacklist. One reason for this is that many projects are going on in Pak, China. After being put on the blacklist, his already bad economy will be on the verge of sinking.

UN-FATF needs to do better at the regional level

Modi said that terrorists should not get money and weapons to fulfill their evil intentions. The Prime Minister said that there should be work on quality up-gradation of these institutions so that cooperation and intelligence can be shared between all countries at the bilateral and regional level.

Foreign Ministry Secretary Gitesh Sharma, in conversation with journalists, gave details of Modi's meeting. Sharma said that the PM gave the formula of democratic values, diversity and overall development to fight terrorism and fundamentalism. Along with this, he also called global unity an important means of fighting terror.

Christchurch calls India's support

Sharma said that India has also supported the Christchurch call initiated by New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern. Ardern had urged the online platforms to remove terrorist and hate content after the Christchurch mosque attacks.

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