Narendra Modi underlined New Delhi concern related to terrorism with Sharif
NEW DELHI: Newly-elected Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has underlined New Delhi’s concern related to terrorism during his meeting with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, an Indian foreign ministry official said on Tuesday.
Sujatha Singh, Indian Foreign Secretary, told a media briefing that during his meeting with PM Sharif, the Indian prime minister urged Islamabad that it must abide by its commitment not to let its territory be used for attacks in India.
Modi also conveyed to PM Sharif that Pakistan must ensure speedy trial of those involved Mumbai attacks, she said adding both the prime ministers have agreed to continue talks at the level of the foreign secretaries.
She said that both the leaders also talked about enhancing bilateral trade ties between the two countries and agreed to move forward according to 2012 framework agreed by both nations.