As following his two day visit to Kyrgyzstan Prime Minister Narendra Modi returned home on Friday morning, he has called for united efforts of the global community to eliminate the terrorism from its root.
He stressed on it while addressing the Plenary Session of SCO Summit at Bishkek, capital of Kyrgyzstan.
Saying all humanitarian forces will have to unite to counter terrorism, the Prime Minister also called for International Conference Against Terrorism.
Modi said nations supporting, promoting and funding terrorism should be held responsible and made accountable for their actions.
Member states of Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) stressed that there can be no justification for any act of terrorism and extremism and reiterated their intention to focus on expanding and deepening cooperation in trade, finance, investment, transport, energy, agriculture, innovation and cutting-edge technology.
In the Bishkek Declaration released after the meeting on Thursday, the member States urged the international community to strengthen global cooperation in efforts against terrorism without politicization and double standards.
Prime Minister held bilateral meetings with Presidents of Iran, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Mongolia and Belarus on the sidelines of the summit.