Joint commitment reaffirmed between India and UAE to combat terrorism


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The United Arab Emirates and India have again confirmed their concerted pledge to fight terrorism. The plan will cover combatting terrorism on a regional and international level.

This partnership comes after the two nations signed a Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA) to help bolster the strategic partnership and take bilateral economic engagement further.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan separately held virtual summits and also issued a joint vision statement.

In the joint statement, the two leaders agreed to support international efforts to maintain peace and security in the region and resolve regional conflicts. This includes efforts to support the reactivation of the Middle East Peace Process in line with the two-state solution and based on the relevant United Nations Security Council resolutions and previous agreements between the parties.

They also both agreed to enhance maritime cooperation and maintain peace and security across the Middle East region. They reiterated that dialogue and cooperation is vital in maintaining peace.

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