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India and US urge International community to jointly fight terrorism

New Delhi
June 26, 2009 
(Press Information Bureau)
India and the US have called upon the International community to jointly fight terrorism. These views were expressed during a meeting between the visiting US National Security Advisor General James Jones and the Defence Minister Shri AK Antony here today. The two leaders expressed satisfaction at the progress in various aspects of bilateral relations. The US National Security Advisor said that Washington was eager to consolidate its relations with New Delhi in all spheres. Terming India as an emerging global power, General Jones said that the Indo-US partnership will be crucial to regional and global peace and stability. 

General Jones was accompanied by the US Embassy’s Charge d’ Affairs and Acting Ambassador Mr. Peter Burleigh and Mr. Don Camp, Senior Director for South Asia. The Indian delegation included the Army Chief General Deepak Kapoor and the Defence Secretary Shri Vijay Singh.