The United Kingdom and India have entered into an agreement to boost cooperation so as to take decisive actions against several global terror entities and terrorists for the protection of their citizens. Some of the terrorist organizations that the nations will work together to combat include Hizb-ul-Mujahideen, Lashkar-e-Taiba, ISIS and Al Qaeda.
Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India, described radicalism, extremism and terrorism as a growing challenge not only for India and the UK but also for other countries all over the world. According to a statement released through official channels, the Indian and the British prime ministers are in agreement that extremist and terrorist organizations need to be countered. They need to be restricted from gaining the opportunity to radicalize, recruit and conduct their attacks on innocents. In order to do so, all nations need to cooperate in disrupting terrorist networks, their movement and financing.
The two nations have also decided to cooperate to ensure a prosperous and inclusive Indo-Pacific region. They also decided to work together more closely to ensure that this region remained open and free.