A joint statement issued after the meeting, without naming Pakistan or Pakistan-based terror groups, said those "committing, organizing, inciting or supporting terrorist acts must be held accountable and brought to justice in accordance with the obligations under international law, including the principle of 'extradite or prosecute'."
The statement underscored the "leading role and responsibility of states in preventing and countering terrorism and extremism". It reiterated that all states should take adequate measures to prevent terrorist activities from their territory."
Despite these calls to fight terror, China has been blocking the efforts of India and other nations to list Jaish-e Mohammad chief Masood Azhar as a terrorist by the United Nations.
After the meeting with her Russian and Chinese counterparts, Sergey Lavrov and Wang Yi, Ms Swaraj said, "Four major issues discussed today -- economy; terrorism; bilateral and regional issues... We discussed ISIS, Lashkar-e Taiba and their threats and that these are coming in the way of progress and development. We need a strategy to stop terrorist movements; stopping flow of fighters and dismantling infrastructure."
"While discussing terrorism, I put across my view that significant rise in acts of terrorism by terrorist organisations like Taliban, Daesh (Islamic State), Al Qaeda, and LeT (Lashkar-e-Taiba) directly undermine international peace and security and endanger ongoing efforts to strengthen the global economy and ensure sustainable growth and development," Ms Swaraj added.
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