India and Israel have concluded three days of talks in New Delhi on ways to enhance bilateral cooperation in combating terrorism.
Indian officials say the talks were part of ongoing contacts between members of the Joint Working Group on Terrorism set up by India and the Jewish state four years ago.
The officials say the two sides reviewed the global campaign against terrorism and discussed ways and means to make it more effective. The talks also covered other issues, such as border security, terrorism finance, and disarmament.
India's Foreign Ministry said in a statement both sides reaffirmed their unequivocal condemnation of all acts of terrorism.