JK News Today

Jammu/ Srinagar, July 10: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Russian President Vladimir Putin have unequivocally condemned the July 8 Kathua terror attack in which five soldiers were killed and as many wounded.
In joint statement released at the conclusion of PM Modi’s visit to Russia, the two leaders condemned terror attacks and pledged to be partners in counterterrorism operations.
The statement read : “ The Leaders unequivocally condemned terrorism and violent extremism conducive to terrorism in all its forms and manifestations including the cross-border movement of terrorists, and terrorism financing networks and safe havens. They strongly condemned the recent dastardly terrorist attack on an Army convoy in Kathua area of Jammu & Kashmir on 8th July 2024, in Dagestan on 23rd June and on the Crocus City Hall in Moscow on 22nd March and stressed that these terrorist attacks are a grim reminder for further strengthening cooperation to combat terrorism. The Sides called for an uncompromising fight against international terrorism and extremism in all their forms and manifestations, noting the importance of increasing cooperation in this area, without hidden agendas and double standards on the solid basis of international law and the UN Charter. Besides, they stressed the need for firm implementation of relevant resolutions of the UN Security Council, the UN General Assembly, as well as the implementation of the UN Global Counter-Terrorism strategy.”