According to NDTV quoting sources, Obama in his meeting with Singh on Sept 27 (US time) conveyed his views on Lashkar, responsible for the 26/11 attacks in India, and the terror threat it poses to the world.
Manmohan Singh, who would also meet his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif in USA, and President Obama met over a working luncheon at the White House. Marking their third bilateral summit, the two leaders reflected proudly on the transformation of United States-India relations during the last decade, affirming that the partnership between the two democratic nations is stronger today than at any point in their 67-year history.
The Leaders called for expanding security cooperation between the United States and India to address 21st century challenges in the areas of counter-terrorism, cyber, space, and global health security.
Affirming their deep concern over the continuing threat posed by terrorism, President Obama and Prime Minister Singh stressed the need for joint and concerted effort, including dismantling of terrorist safe havens, and disrupting all financial and tactical support for terrorism. The Leaders decided to significantly expand information sharing and intelligence cooperation to address threats to their respective nations including strengthening the bilateral relationship to exchange information on known and suspected terrorists.
The Leaders emphasized the importance of expanding homeland security cooperation to enhance exchanges on megacity policing strategies, securing the global supply chain and anti-counterfeiting efforts. India welcomed the U.S. offer of membership in the US 'Global Entry' Trusted Traveler Network Program, to facilitate expedited entry of Indian travelers to the United States.
--IBNS (Posted on 28-09-2013)