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2015 3:17 pm New Delhi: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj speaks in the Lok Sabha in New Delhi on Monday. “We said we can talk so that terrorism comes to an end.So talks (between NSAs) took place in Bangkok where wediscussed about terrorism But one meeting will not bring asolution to all the problem So we will continue thedialogue” she said during Question Hour When BJP member Ganesh Singh asked whether India wasexploring options like the US did to hunt down terrorists likeOsama Bin Laden Swaraj said India is talking to Pakistan onthe terrorist camps existing in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir(PoK) as “war is not an option” “We have decided that through talks we will resolve theissue of terrorism as talks is the way forward so that theshadow of terror is removed But we want to make it clear ourPrime Minister has made it clear that talks and terror can’tgo together Dialogue is drowned by the sound of explosion”she said Swaraj was speaking against the backdrop of recentdecision to re-start the ‘Comprehensive’ dialogue withPakistan under which various subjects including terrorism andJammu and Kashmir will be discussed The External Affairs Minister said Modi had said therewas a need for talks to resolve the issue of terrorism “The Prime Minister said let’s talk on terror For talkswe will have to put in faith There is no third party Throughtalks both the countries are trying to resolve the issue ofterrorism” she said Swaraj said following Modi’s conversation with Sharif inParis on November 30 on the sidelines of climate change summitand in line with the Ufa understanding between the twoleaders the National Security Advisors of the two countriesmet in Bangkok on December 6 “They held candid and constructive discussions Duringmy recent visit to Pakistan on December 8-9 the two sidesdecided that the NSAs will continue to address all issuesconnected to terrorism The Indian side was assured of thesteps being taken to expedite the early conclusion of theMumbai trial” she said The External Affairs Minister said India will continue totake all necessary steps to safeguard the nation’s security and safety of all citizens When asked whether India raised the issue of cross-borderterrorism at the international fora like the UN Swaraj saidgovernment actively discusses it in all its forms andmanifestations in multilateral fora including UN EU SCO ARF BIMSTEC SAARC GCTF etc and bilaterally with severalcountries including all P-5 countries in Joint Working Groupson counter terrorism She said the Prime Minister had raised the issue of theComprehensive Convention on International Terrorism (CCIT)which has been pending in the United Nations for adoptionsince 1996?that Indian troops presence on the glacier was causing pollution,as decided by the Prime Ministers of India and Pakistan in New York. who laid the foundation stone of this university and was known as the Missile Man,” he said.

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