India, Singapore ink three pacts as Loong criticises all type of terrorism
New Delhi : India and Singapore on Tuesday inked three pacts, including one on technical education and skill development. The pacts have been signed on the first day of Singapore PM Lee Hsien Loong's five-day visit to India.
Both Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Singapore counterpart shared their view on a fight against terrorism.
"Rising tide of terrorism, especially cross-border terrorism and the rise of radicalisation are grave challenges to our security," said PM Modi.
"Singapore condemns terrorism in all forms," said Singapore PM Lee Hsien Loong.
# Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong arrived in Delhi on Monday evening
# He opted for a chartered bus instead of VIP vehicles to reach his hotel
# Singapore in a firm believer of India and condemns all kind of terrorism: Lee
# Our defence and security cooperation is a key pillar of our strategic partnership: PM Modi
# Mr. Lee has arrived in India with his wife, key ministers and senior officials
# He will also visit Udaipur in remaining days of his visit
# Last year, PM Modi had paid a visit to Singapore