Could have used stronger words… Jaishankar was very tough on Pakistan on terrorism

Jaishankar said that I think the world should think about how seriously and with what force the challenge of terrorists takes.

Foreign Minister S Jaishankar on a visit to Austria

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Cross-border terrorism Considering its role in promotion Pakistan Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar Said he could have used stronger words. He also said that the world needs to be concerned about terrorism. In an interview to Austria’s national broadcaster ORF, Jaishankar, who has often described Pakistan as a hotbed of terrorism, criticized European countries for not condemning it (terrorism) which has been going on for decades.

Jaishankar said just because you are a diplomat, doesn’t mean you talk in a twisted way. He said I could have used stronger words than Kendra, so believe me Kendra is a more diplomatic word considering what is happening to us. The foreign minister said this while replying to a question about using the term “hotbed of terrorism” for Pakistan.

Pakistan sends terrorists every day: Jaishankar

Referring to Pakistan, he said that it was a country that attacked the Parliament of India a few years ago, that attacked the city of Mumbai, that visited hotels and foreign tourists and that sent terrorists from across the border every day. If terrorist bases are operating in the city in broad daylight, recruiting and financing is happening… how can you really say that the Pakistani government will not be aware of what is happening? Especially when giving military level training.

He said why when we talk about decisions and policies, why Europe does not criticize it harshly, which has been going on for decades.

‘World should worry about terrorism’

Asked if the world should be worried about the possibility of a war between India and Pakistan, the foreign minister said, “I think the world should be worried about terrorism.” I think the world should be concerned that terrorism continues and often the world looks the other way. The world often thinks that it is not its problem because it is happening in some other country.

Jaishankar said that I think the world should think about how seriously and with what force the challenge of terrorists takes.

Notably, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Monday had frank and meaningful discussions with his Austrian counterpart Alexander Schallenberg on several regional and global situations. Both sides have signed several agreements including immigration and travel facilities for Indian students and professionals. Jaishankar, who arrived here from Cyprus on the second leg of his two-nation tour, also said he had extensive discussions with Austrian leaders including President Alexander van der Bellen and Chancellor Karl Nehmer on the current global issues in our relationship with Austria. Its perspective is very valuable in understanding

India’s closest epicenter of terrorism: Jaishankar

Referring to Pakistan, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said cross-border terrorism cannot be confined to a single region, especially when it is closely linked to drug and arms trafficking and other forms of international crime. He said without naming any country since its epicenter (of terrorism) is very close to India so naturally our experience can be useful for others.

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