India and Israel discuss curbing terror financing
NEW DELHI: India and Israel on Thursday discussed methods to curb terror financing and denying terrorists the capability to use anti-aircraft missiles at an India-Israel Joint Working Group (JWG) on Counter-Terrorism meeting, which concluded on Thursday.
The two countries also held the first round of consultations on disarmament issues parallel to the JWG’s fourth meeting. During the three-day meeting, both countries reviewed the global campaign against terrorism and discussed methods to make it more effective. The Indian delegation was led by Meera Shankar, additional secretary (UN) in the External Affairs Ministry, while the Israeli delegation was headed by Jeremy Issacharoff, deputy director general for strategic affairs in the Israeli Foreign Ministry. iftikhar gilani