Vice President Venkaiah Naidu has said, India is a peace-loving nation but determined to combat terror in all its forms and manifestations. Mr Naidu highlighted rising tide of terrorist violence across the globe including the recent incidents of Pulwama, Christchurch and Utrecht. He was interacting with Vice President of Ghana, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, Prime Minister of Guinea, Dr Ibrahima Kassory Fofana and the Deputy Prime Minister of Lesotho, Mr Monyane Moleleki, who called on him, at his residence in New Delhi yesterday.  

Mr Naidu thanked the leaders for their support to India in international forums, especially on the issue of India’s non-permanent membership of UNSC for 2020-21 and various candidatures in other UN bodies and stressed the need for democratizing UNSC as wells as by including India as a member. The Vice President said, there is immense scope for further enhancing bilateral trade and commercial cooperation between the countries. Mr Naidu emphasized the need to translate economic growth into inclusive, sustainable development and referred to Indian government’s resolve to transform governance and ultimately the lives of the people

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