India's Vice President: Non-Aligned Movement must fight violent extremist ideology

India's Vice President: Non-Aligned Movement must fight violent extremist ideology
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"We wish there were no conditions for the spread of violent extremist ideologies", said India's Vice President Muppavarapu Venkaiah Naidu in the debates of the XVIII Summit of the Non-Aligned Movement Heads of State and Government today, APA reports.

Indian Vice President said that all forms of terrorism must be combated. He also said that there are many chances and opportunities ahead: “We must fight terrorism, provide sustainable development, and work hard for it. India is ready to play its role in the areas that I mentioned. The Non-Aligned Movement has to fight the spread of violent extremism”.

The Vice President also touched upon the Kashmir problem in his speech and said that international law is on the Indian side in this regard.

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