Watch: Modi Accuses Pakistan of ‘Exporting Terror’ at ASEAN

“Export of terror, growing radicalisation and spread of violence are common threats to our societies,” Modi said.

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In an obvious reference to Pakistan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said “export of terror” is a common threat to the Asian region.

“Export of terror, growing radicalisation and spread of extreme violence are common security threats to our societies,” Modi said while addressing the 14th India-Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Summit in Laos.

He said ASEAN was central to India’s Act East Policy while describing the ties with southeast Asia as a “source of harmony”.

The India-ASEAN Summit will be followed by the 11th East Asia Summit on Thursday.

Earlier in the day, Modi held a bilateral meeting with host Laos Prime Minister Thongloun Sisoulith.

(Inputs: IANS)

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