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Amit Shah will attend a significant international meeting with a focus on reducing funding for terrorism.

According to a statement from the ministry of home affairs (MHA), discussions at the third NMFT conference being held in New Delhi will centre on international trends in terrorism and terrorist financing, use of formal and informal channels of funding for terrorism, emerging technologies and terrorist financing, and the need for necessary international cooperation to address related challenges.

Amit Shah, the Union Home Minister, will attend the third ministerial “No Money For Terror” (NMFT) conference in New Delhi on November 18 and 19, which is being organised by the Indian government. Participants from 75 nations will attend to discuss terrorist financing and related topics, sources familiar with the matter said on Saturday.
According to a statement from the ministry of home affairs (MHA), discussions at the third NMFT conference being held in New Delhi will centre on international trends in terrorism and terrorist financing, use of formal and informal channels of funding for terrorism, emerging technologies and terrorist financing, and the need for necessary international cooperation to address related challenges.
The organisation of this conference, according to the ministry, “demonstrates the importance the Prime Minister Narendra Modi government accords to the issue of international terrorism as well as its zero-tolerance policy against this menace and having discussions on this issue in the international community.”
The Indian government’s determination to combat terrorism and its support networks will be communicated by Shah at the meeting, the ministry announced.
The MHA stated that the goal of the conference was to advance the debates on countering terrorism financing that the international community had at the two previous conferences in Paris (2018) and Melbourne (2019). It also plans to talk about the technical, legal, regulatory, and cooperative elements of all aspects of financing terrorism. It also makes an effort to set the tone for other important political and official discussions aimed at stopping the financing of terrorism.
According to the MHA, terrorism and militancy have long had an impact on nations worldwide. In most theatres, the pattern of violence varies, but it is primarily caused by a turbulent geopolitical climate combined with protracted violent sectarian conflicts. According to the report, such conflicts frequently result in bad governance, political instability, economic hardship, and vast ungoverned areas. “A complaining state’s involvement frequently makes terrorism worse, notably its financing.”

The statement claimed that because India has experienced multiple forms of terrorism and its financing for more than three decades, it can relate to the suffering and trauma experienced by other nations who have been similarly impacted. It added that India hosted two international events in October, including the Interpol General Assembly’s annual meeting in Delhi and a special session on countering terrorist financing.

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