India Leader Tells Pakistani PM: Stop Terrorism
May. 27, 2014
(New Delhi) -- India's new prime minister wants Pakistan's head of state to stop militants from launching terrorist attacks on India. Indian leader Narenda Modi met with Pakistani prime minister Nawaz Sharif earlier today in New Delhi. Modi made it clear that India expects Pakistan to get tough with militants who have mounted attacks on India. Modi made particular mention of Pakistan punishing militants who attacked Mumbai and killed more than 160 people in 2008. The leaders agreed that their foreign secretaries will look for ways to improve diplomatic and economic cooperation between the nuclear-armed neighbors.