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World divided on Pakistan and state-sponsored terrorism

AS UK joins the league of US and China of not condemning Pakistan, Russia still backs India

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PM Narendra Modi with Chinese President Xi Jinping after the Press Statement during BRICS Summit in Benaulim, Goa.Photo:PTI

Days ahead of UK Prime Minister Theresa May's visit, the country on Tuesday hailed Pakistan's "significant sacrifices" in combating terror while responding to a petition calling on the British government to "strongly condemn" for providing a safe haven for terrorists, as reported earlier.

UK is not the first country to give a passive reply to this line of questioning. Other countries too have gone soft on Pakistan.

defended by saying that terrorism should not be linked to just one country or religion and the world must acknowledge the great sacrifice that has made while combating terrorism. This statement from was a reply to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 'Mothership of terrorism' jibe against Pakistan. 

too sang on the same tune. State Department spokesperson said that does not support declaring a terrorist state but said that necessary steps must be taken to tackle the situation. has time and again reiterated that tension between and must not escalate

Contrary to the statements made by the world powers, India's long-standing ally supported and 'condemned' all form of terrorism. During the BRICS summit Russian President lauded the efforts of PM Modi in combating terror and backed the surgical strike.

and supported India, saying that has every right to defend itself, and surgical strike on by was justified. 

“There is a clear international norm that every state has the right to defend its territory from international terrorism,” German ambassador to Martin Ney said.

said during tough times, harsh decisions have to be taken. Afghanistan’s Ambassador to Shaida Abdali said, “if terrorist groups continue to exist without action, no wonder self-defence against such terrorist groups will be in the form of action that we saw.”

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World divided on Pakistan and state-sponsored terrorism

AS UK joins the league of US and China of not condemning Pakistan, Russia still backs India

AS UK joins the league of US and China of not condemning Pakistan, Russia still backs India
Days ahead of UK Prime Minister Theresa May's visit, the country on Tuesday hailed Pakistan's "significant sacrifices" in combating terror while responding to a petition calling on the British government to "strongly condemn" for providing a safe haven for terrorists, as reported earlier.

UK is not the first country to give a passive reply to this line of questioning. Other countries too have gone soft on Pakistan.

defended by saying that terrorism should not be linked to just one country or religion and the world must acknowledge the great sacrifice that has made while combating terrorism. This statement from was a reply to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 'Mothership of terrorism' jibe against Pakistan. 

too sang on the same tune. State Department spokesperson said that does not support declaring a terrorist state but said that necessary steps must be taken to tackle the situation. has time and again reiterated that tension between and must not escalate

Contrary to the statements made by the world powers, India's long-standing ally supported and 'condemned' all form of terrorism. During the BRICS summit Russian President lauded the efforts of PM Modi in combating terror and backed the surgical strike.

and supported India, saying that has every right to defend itself, and surgical strike on by was justified. 

“There is a clear international norm that every state has the right to defend its territory from international terrorism,” German ambassador to Martin Ney said.

said during tough times, harsh decisions have to be taken. Afghanistan’s Ambassador to Shaida Abdali said, “if terrorist groups continue to exist without action, no wonder self-defence against such terrorist groups will be in the form of action that we saw.”

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World divided on Pakistan and state-sponsored terrorism

AS UK joins the league of US and China of not condemning Pakistan, Russia still backs India

Days ahead of UK Prime Minister Theresa May's visit, the country on Tuesday hailed Pakistan's "significant sacrifices" in combating terror while responding to a petition calling on the British government to "strongly condemn" for providing a safe haven for terrorists, as reported earlier.

UK is not the first country to give a passive reply to this line of questioning. Other countries too have gone soft on Pakistan.

defended by saying that terrorism should not be linked to just one country or religion and the world must acknowledge the great sacrifice that has made while combating terrorism. This statement from was a reply to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 'Mothership of terrorism' jibe against Pakistan. 

too sang on the same tune. State Department spokesperson said that does not support declaring a terrorist state but said that necessary steps must be taken to tackle the situation. has time and again reiterated that tension between and must not escalate

Contrary to the statements made by the world powers, India's long-standing ally supported and 'condemned' all form of terrorism. During the BRICS summit Russian President lauded the efforts of PM Modi in combating terror and backed the surgical strike.

and supported India, saying that has every right to defend itself, and surgical strike on by was justified. 

“There is a clear international norm that every state has the right to defend its territory from international terrorism,” German ambassador to Martin Ney said.

said during tough times, harsh decisions have to be taken. Afghanistan’s Ambassador to Shaida Abdali said, “if terrorist groups continue to exist without action, no wonder self-defence against such terrorist groups will be in the form of action that we saw.”

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