Prime Minister Narendra Modi has urged G-20 countries to implement 11 point agenda of Hamburg declaration which demands firm action against terrorism. This was stated by India’s G20 Sherpa Shaktikanta Das in Buenos Aires yesterday. 11-point action agenda included deterrent action against countries supporting terrorism and banning entry of leaders of such countries to the G20 nations; exchange of suspected terrorist list among the G20 nations and joint action against them and to simplify and expedite extradition and other legal processes.
Prime Minister also put forth a nine point action plan to bring fugitive economic offenders before law and seize their illegal assets. He also appealed the Countries to join the international solar alliance to harness the energy which does not affect the environment.
The Prime Minister has since left for New Delhi after completing his two-day visit to Argentina where he attended G20 summit and held several meetings.