India, South Korea express commitment to further strengthen bilateral & international coordination against terrorism

India, South Korea express commitmen

India and South Korea have expressed their commitment to further strengthen bilateral and international coordination against terrorism. Addressing a joint press conference in Seoul, after delegation-level talks with South Korean President, Moon Jae In, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that a time has come for global community to move beyond words and act unitedly against the menace of terrorism.

Mr Modi, who was on a two-day visit to South Korea, thanked Korean President Moon for his support to India after Pulwama terror attack. Prime Minister also invited Korean companies to invest in defence industrial corridors in India. Mr Modi said, India and Korea are committed to take bilateral trade to 50 billion dollars by 2030.

The two countries signed seven agreements including in startups, international crimes and broadcasting. Mr. Modi has also conferred the prestigious Seoul Peace Prize - 2018 for his contribution to international trade and fostering global economic growth.

Prime Minister has since returned to New Delhi after completing his successful visit to South Korea.


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