Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (​Photo: Firstpost.com)

New Delhi (VNA)
– Indonesian President Joko Widodo and Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak shared counter-terrorism experiences with India during bilateral meetings with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

The two leaders shared experiences and legislations on countering terrorism they have introduced in their own countries during their visit to India to attend the ASEAN-India Commemorative Summit and the 69th anniversary of Republic Day of India, said Secretary (East) of the Indian External Affairs Ministry Preeti Saran in a press briefing.

The experiences covered the soft and hardware aspects of countering terrorism, Saran noted. The hardware aspects of strict actions are taken through enabling laws and the software actions are how to ensure that the youth do not follow the path of extremism or radicalization, he explained.

Widodo and Razak were among ten leaders of the ASEAN member states joining a celebration of the Indian Republic Day on January 26.

Modi held talks with Widodo on January 25 and with Razak on January 26.-VNA