Terror gravest threat to world, says PM Modi

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Against the backdrop of spurt in terror attacks in various countries, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said terrorism is the “gravest threat” to the world and spoke about bolstering security and defence ties between India and Mozambique, which are connected by the Indian Ocean.

After Modi’s wide-ranging talks with Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi, a significant “long term” agreement was signed under which India will buy pulses from this country to plug its shortfall and contain prices of this commodity.

Declaring India as a “trusted friend” and a “reliable partner” of Mozambique, the Prime Minister also announced that essential medicines, including those for treating AIDS, would be donated to Mozambique as part of efforts to strengthen the public health system of the African nation.

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