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India at UN meeting reveals use of new technologies poses challenge to world peace

Different kinds of technologies are being used for terror activities these days, as they are cheaper and easily available. India on Saturday showed concern and warned the world about the threat posed by terrorists all over the world.

By wasmulhaq 
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New Delhi: Different kinds of technologies are being used for terror activities these days, as they are cheaper and easily available. India on Saturday showed concern and warned the world about the threat posed by terrorists all over the world. India’s Permanent Representative to the UN, Ruchira Kamboj, stated in her opening statement on Day 2 of the UN Security Council’s Counter-Terrorism Committee meeting in New Delhi.

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She stated that a large number of online activities, particularly during the pandemic, provided opportunities for terrorists to spread their toxic legs in a refined manner, specifically targeting youth and children through gaming platforms.

In his address, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar revealed that the threat of terrorism has been growing and gradually expanding in spite of the UN Security Council’s efforts to combat the threat of terrorism in the last two decades. Jaishankar further added that modern technologies have created several challenges for governments and regulatory bodies.

The UN Security Council has made rapid progress in creating a Counter-Terrorism Sanctions Regime to overcome the threat of terrorism. “This has proved effective in noticing such countries that have made terrorism a state-funded enterprise,” the minister said.

In spite of all the efforts, terrorism activities have been growing, mainly in several Asian and African nations, as per 1267 Sanctions Committee monitoring reports, “he added.

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