saying – it is clearly guilty of defending terrorists
In the United Nations, India has invaded Pakistan. India has said some countries are clearly guilty of holding terrorists.
India targets Pakistan in the UN
Said- guilty of helping terrorists
Their name should be taken publicly
United Nations: India targets Pakistan in the over terrorism. India has told the that it has been the victim of cross-border terrorism decades ago. There are other countries that are ‘obviously guilty’ of supporting terrorist activities and keeping terrorists out. India may not have called Pakistan but apparently was referring to Pakistan.
It is necessary to suspend financial assistance to terrorists
India’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees TS Tirumurti said in an online interview entitled ‘Tackling Terrorism Funding by Post-Covid-19 Scenario’ in the Second Week of Terrorism In this regard, it is very important to stop financial aid to terrorists. Tirumurti said on Friday, ‘India has been the victim of terrorism in the last few decades. He has also been a victim of terrorism, especially from across the border.
Tirumurti said there are some countries that do not have the necessary skills to stop providing financial assistance to terrorists. Their legal framework is also weak in this regard. Addressing Pakistan without naming him, he said, “There are other countries that are openly accused of helping terrorism and providing economic support and shelter for terrorists.”
He said, ‘We must definitely develop the skills of countries with disabilities. At the same time, the international community must work together to make the case more transparent and accountable. Apparently this comment from Tirumurti clearly points to Pakistan.
international cooperation is needed
Tirumurti has focused on strengthening the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) of international cooperation in the fight against terrorism. At the same time, he also pointed to the need to provide extra funding for the United Nations counter-terrorism framework. India organized the event in partnership with the Permanent Mission of France, the United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime, the United Nations Office on Counter-Terrorism and the Executive Directorate of the Security Committee on Terrorism.