Foreign Minister S Jaishankar on Tuesday in a veiled reference to China’s regular attempts to shield Pakistan from anti-terror regimes asserted that those who cover up for countries who make distinction between good and bad terrorists are just as culpable.
“…we must not countenance double standards in this battle. Terrorists are terrorists; there are no good and bad ones. Those who propagate this distinction have an agenda. And those who cover up for them are just as culpable,” Jaishankar while addressing UNSC Ministerial Meeting 20th Anniversary of Security Council Resolution 1373 (2020) and the establishment of the Counter Terrorism Committee : Achievements in international cooperation, challenges and opportunities.
It is no secret that China has been shielding Pakistan and trying to prevent action against it at various international forums.
For the UN system to credibly address the menace of terrorism and ensure effective action, the Minister proposes an eight-point Action Plan.
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