PM Narendra Modi reaches Turkey, to raise voice against global terrorism in G20 Summit today
PM Modi arrived in Antalya early today from the UK for G20 Summit.
New Delhi: Once again urging the world community to fight against terrorism, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the G20 Leaders Summit on Sunday over several issues.
PM Modi arrived in Antalya early today from the UK.
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"Reached Turkey to participate in @G20Turkey2015. Will meet world leaders & discuss global economic & security issues," Modi tweeted after his arrival here from the UK.
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) November 14, 2015
Describing the barbaric terror assaults in France as an "attack on humanity", Prime Minister Narendra Modi yesterday asked the UN to define terrorism before it is too late so that the world knows who is backing terror and who is against it.
Condemning the terror attacks in Paris that claimed over 120 lives, Modi said, "What happened in Paris yesterday is an attack on humanity and the world should accept that it is not an attack on Paris, not an attack on French citizens, not an attack on France but an attack on humanity."
"It is an attack on humanitarian principles that is why all the powers that believe in humanity have to come together to condemn such attacks. All pro-humanity forces should unite to defeat anti-humanity forces. They will have to fulfil their responsibilities," he said in London at the ceremony for unveiling the statue of 12th century Indian philosopher Basaveshwara.
(With PTI inputs)