Wednesday, Feb 27, 2002
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NEW DELHI, FEB. 26. India today dismissed Pakistani criticism of the President, K.R. Narayanan's address to Parliament, saying it was trying to attribute meaning which ``are not inherent at all in the position that we have expressed''.
``Pakistan needs to address very squarely the centrality of the need to eliminate terrorism, no longer export terrorism to neighbouring countries and stop providing safe haven to terrorist groups and individuals operating from its soil,'' an External Affairs Ministry spokesperson told reporters.
``The President's statement was a very clear articulation of our position that Pakistan will have to take meaningful action to address our concerns relating to cross- border terrorism and infiltration before dialogue can be resumed,'' she said.
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