The challenges of terrorism were discussed in detail in the meeting of India and the European Union on Wednesday. During this time Pakistan was also mentioned that it does terrorist activities in India and other countries. During this conversation, everyone spoke on global terrorism. Vikas Swarup, Secretary (West), Ministry of External Affairs, spoke to the media.
The joint statement issued after the summit confirms that India and the EU are committed to global peace and security. During this time a commitment has been made to combat all forms of terrorism. Whether it is the countries or organizations that help financially or those who spread radical ideas. India and the European Union will speed up the process of information exchange and cooperation in this regard.
The summit was jointly chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and European Council President Charles Michel and European Commission Chairman Ursula von der Leyen. The two sides agreed to initiate negotiations and increase naval cooperation for consultation on maritime security and security and defense.
The need to maintain security and stability in the Indian Ocean was emphasized. The statement said that the European Union welcomed the commencement of negotiations on the working arrangement between the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and Europol in India. “He reaffirmed his full support for open, independent, stable, and secure cyberspace and committed to promoting responsible and accountable behavior of all factors in cyberspace,” the statement said. He underlined the need to increase flexibility in the global cyber including the health sector.
The statement said that India and the European Union would continue to cooperate on international and regional issues of common interest, including Iran and Afghanistan.
India and the European Union (EU) have agreed to intensify high-level dialogue on the bilateral trade and investment agreement, citing the exit from the economic slowdown after the Kovid-19 epidemic. Several decisions of global importance were taken at the 15th India EU Summit on Wednesday through video conferencing between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and European Council President Charles Michel and the European Commission chairperson Usurla von der Lien.
Five documents were also signed between the two sides including the Joint Statement, India EU Strategic Partnership – Roadmap to 2025, Joint Statement on Resource Efficiency, and Circular Economy. Vikas Swaroop, Secretary (West) in the Ministry of External Affairs, said that the two sides have discussed increasing cooperation in the development and distribution of pharmaceuticals, universal, affordable, and effective vaccines to combat the COVID epidemic.