India and Russia held high level consultations on counter terrorism in New Delhi.
The sides shared views on threat assessment posed by terrorists including India's concern on state sponsored, cross border terrorism.
The Indian side was led by Secretary East from MEA Preeti Saran. Russian delegation was headed by Deputy Foreign Minister Mr. Oleg V. Syromolotov.
The two countries shared concerns regarding the emergence of Afghanistan Pakistan region as the epicentre of terrorism.
Successful experiences in countering radicalisation and terrorism were also discussed.
Both sides agreed that the UNSC Sanctions List 1267 for blacklisting terrorists and terror entities must be stringently complied.
Emphasis was also made on prospects for deepening engagement on counter terrorism under BRICS, SCO and UN.
A joint action plan will also be framed for sharing insights and exchange of best practices in curbing terrorism and countering radicalisation.UNSC Sanctions List Resolution 1267 : Know More
- Date: 15 October 1999
- Code S/RES/1267 (Document)
- Subject: The situation in Afghanistan
- Voting summary: 15 voted for/None voted against/None abstained
- Result: Adopted
- United Nations Security Council resolution 1267 was adopted unanimously on 15 October 1999.
- This was after recalling resolutions 1189 (1998), 1193 (1998) and 1214 (1998) on the situation in Afghanistan.
- Council designated Osama bin Laden and associates as terrorists and established a sanctions regime to cover individuals and entities associated with Al-Qaida, Osama bin Laden and/or the Taliban.