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India seeks China's support on terrorism draft

BEIJING, JULY 13. India has sought China's support for its draft resolution on international terrorism pending before the United Nations.

The support was sought by the Rajya Sabha Deputy Chairperson, Ms. Najma Heptulla, during her meeting here on Wednesday with the senior Chinese leader and chairman of the National Peoples Congress standing committee, Mr.Li Peng.

The two sides agreed that the issue of international terrorism has become a major problem and there was need for international cooperation to fight the growing menace.

The two leaders acknowledged that Narco-terrorism and terrorism were intertwined and that all countries must cooperate to fight the common danger.

During her five-day stay here Ms. Heptulla, also held talks with the vice- chairperson of the standing committee of the NPC, Mr. He Luli, and other senior Chinese officials.

- PTI

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