India's efforts on the security front received a major boost when Kerry reaffirmed the "urgent necessity" for Pakistan to "dismantle safe havens for terrorists and criminal networks" including Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT), Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) and D Company. His opening line to the students, though, may have resonated more deeply. "The sides reaffirmed their support for a UN Comprehensive Convention on International Terrorism that advances and strengthens the framework for global cooperation to counter terrorism and reinforces that no cause or grievance justifies terrorism". "You must've needed boats to get here", Kerry quipped in his session with students in the morning. He said that there have been communication but it is clear that Pakistan has work to do in order to push harder against its indigenous groups that are engaged in terrorist activities.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Tuesday urged Pakistan to join other countries in fighting terrorists within its borders.
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"To bolster our mutual defence in an age when threats can come from literally anywhere, we committed to a joint cyber framework to reduce cyber crime, to encourage responsible behaviour in cyber space, to improve coordination among our technical experts and to improve coordination among our law enforcement agencies", he said.
"And despite our mistakes we continue I think, whether it is our together for example to fight Ebola or Zika virus or our work to bring peace to nations in conflict".
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"It happens to be an extraordinarily challenging moment on this planet. Many things have changed because of it, the kind of work, all affected by robotics and artificial intelligence".
"In fairness, Pakistanis have suffered greatly due to terrorism in their own country. By 2030, India will be the world's most populous nation, with a rising middle class of half a billion people, and a huge reservoir of entrepreneurial ingenuity and talent", he said at IIT. Everyone is seeing what each person is saying.
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