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Feb 19, 2019
9:07AM

Pulwama attack shows time for talks over, says PM Modi

PTI
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said that the Pulwama terror attack shows that the time for talks is over and now the world has to join hands to deal with terrorism and those who are supporting it. 

In his press statement after holding delegation-level talks with Argentinian President Mauricio Macri in New Delhi, Mr. Modi said, he and Mr Macri agreed that terrorism is a huge threat to global peace and stability. 

Calling Argentina a powerhouse of Agriculture, Mr Modi said, India sees it as a partner for food security. He said, India-Argentina trade has increased to three billion Dollar in the last ten years.   

In his press statement, Argentinian President Mauricio Macri firmly condemned the Pulwama terror attack. 

The Argentinian President said Argentina sees India as its business partner and both sides have great opportunities in non-conventional energies. 

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