Terrorism Is An Enemy Of Basic Human Rights
At the 73rd session of the UN General Assembly India’s External Affairs Minister, Sushma Swaraj stated about India’s concern regarding terrorism and the problems faced by all the nations worldwide. India claimed that terrorism is an enemy of the basic human rights
Global terrorism is a threat to several nations and all the nations should join hands in order to combat it by building a strong security system as suggested by India.
India wants consensus among all U.N. member states concerning issues such as the expansion of UNSC and counter terrorism which was discussed with the Prime Minister in an interaction at the Indian Council of World Affairs (ICWA). UN said they will appoint two co-facilitators to help them address reform issues. As the president of the United Nations General Assembly, Garces promised to put forward an agenda of DARE – delivery, accountability, relevance and efficiency. She also hailed a global pact on migration, agreed upon earlier this year, which will be formally adopted during a conference in Morocco in December.
In conclusion India and United Nations General Assembly said they will take all measures to eradicate terrorism and bring peace to the country.