NewDelhi:China is learnt to have prevented a specific mention of Pakistan-based terror groups like Lashkar-eTaiba (LeT) and Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) in the RussiaIndia-China (RIC) joint communique that reiterated the need for an inclusive regime in Afghanistan last week, but India is hoping to make up for it with an unequivocal condemnation of these UNSCproscribed outfits in the summit and the first ever 2+2 dialogue with Russia on Monday.
Ahead of President Vladimir Putin’s arrival, India is working with Russia to ensure a categorical assertion of the need to eliminate India-focused terror groups for enduring peace in Afghanistan, official sources said while adding that Moscow remained sensitive to India’s concerns on terrorism.
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