In a joint communique after their bilateral meeting, they also and reiterated the need for a unified and collective effort by the international community to eliminate terrorism through a holistic approach.
The two prime ministers stressed that there can be no justification for acts of terror on any grounds whatsoever - agreeing that there should be zero-tolerance on terrorism, the statement said.
They affirmed that the fight against terrorism should "not only seek to disrupt and bring to justice terrorists, terror organisations and networks, but should also identify, hold accountable and take strong measures against all those who encourage, support and finance terrorism, provide sanctuary to terrorists and terror groups and falsely extol their virtues".
In this regard, they called for early conclusion of negotiations on the Comprehensive Convention on International Terrorism, the statement said.
PM Narendra Modi is in the Netherlands on the last leg of his three nation tour that included Portugal and the US.
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