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G20 members should oppose those who finance and offer safe havens to terrorists: PM Narendra Modi in Hamburg

Speaking tough on terrorism, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said G20 members should collectively oppose those who fund the terrorists and offer them safe havens.
Hamburg: Speaking tough on terrorism, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said G20 members should collectively oppose those who fund the terrorists and offer them safe havens.
While addressing a BRICS leaders’ informal meet, PM Modi said, BRICS has been a strong voice and needs to show leadership on terrorism and global economy.
Speaking about the historic Gooda and Services Tax, which became a reality on July 1 back in India, PM Modi asserted that GST implemented last week was India’s biggest tax reform in the last 70 years.
While assuring the countries that India offers has a favourable environment to do business, the PM said that GST will help businesses.
Amidst the chill in ties, PM Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping today came face to face here at the BRICS leaders meeting in which the Indian leader offered full cooperation for the successful holding of the summit of the five-nation bloc in China later this year.
PM Modi arrived here today from Israel to attend this year’s G20 Summit on July 7-8.
BRICS comprises of Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa.
A series of bilateral meetings between Modi and the leaders of Argentina, Canada, Italy, Japan, Mexico, South Korea, Britain and Vietnam have also been lined up in Hamburg.

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