Beijing:Following the recent terror attacks in Kabul and Karachi, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday emphasized on the need to strengthen counter-terrorism cooperation between India and China.
“Terrorism is a shared threat. Instability in West Asia matters to both of us. Peace and progress in Afghanistan benefits us both. I am confident that our international partnership will deepen,” the Prime Minister said in his opening statement to the press after India and China had signed a record 24 agreements in the Hebei Room at the Great Hall of People in Beijing.
The agreements signed between India and China focussed on certain sectors, including railways, space cooperation, tourism, maritime security, human resource development, skill development and cooperation between Doordarshan and China Central Television (CCTV)