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16th Meeting Of India-UK Joint Working Group On Counter Terrorism Held In New Delhi

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The 16th meeting of the India-United Kingdom Joint Working Group on Counter-Terrorism was held in New Delhi. Joint Secretary for Counter-Terrorism in the Ministry of External Affairs, K.D. Dewal and Head of Counter Terrorism Network for Asia and Oceania, Government of United Kingdom Chris Felton led the respective delegations. During the meeting, they discussed the ongoing counter-terrorism cooperation between the two countries. Both nations emphasised the need for strengthening international cooperation to combat terrorism in a comprehensive and sustained manner. External Affairs Ministry said, the two sides shared their assessment of the terrorist and extremist threats in their respective territories and regions including threats posed by globally sanctioned terrorist entities and individuals. 

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