Russia, India cooperate on counter-terrorism

India and Russia are working to formulate an extensive counter-terror cooperation arrangement that will be put in place during Narendra Modi's visit to Moscow.

India and Russia are working to formulate an extensive counter-terror cooperation arrangement that will be put in place during Narendra Modi's visit to Moscow, The Economic Times reports.

The both countries hope to beef up mechanism for intelligence sharing, training of personnel and capacity building. 

Delhi and Moscow have been building on a counter-terror cooperation away from the public glare and the mechanism to boost intelligence sharing and training of personnel in counter-terrorism and enhancing capacity building to fight the growing menace will be on the agenda for the PM's trip to Russia for the annual Summit this week, official sources indicated to ET. 

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