New Delhi, Dec. 17 (ANI):Russia's Ambassador to India, Alexander M. Kadakin, on Friday, described terrorism coming out of Pakistan as cancer, and urged Islamabad to do away with the 43 terrorist training camps that are known to be operating from its soil.
"We want Pakistan to solve its internal problems. We don't want any threat emanating from the 43 training camps from where this horrible infection of cancer, that is from where tentacles reach Londoan Metro, Moscow Metro and Mumbai. This must be done away with," Ambassador Kadakin said.He said that India and Russia know exactly from where the threat is coming from.
"We want India's relations with Pakistan to improve. That is what we earnestly want," he said, adding, "Improvement of relations with India is in the interest of India, Russia, the region and the world."
Ambassador Kadakin was interacting with the media ahead of Russian President Dmitry Medvedev's visit to India from Monday.
Medvedev is expected to make a visit to Mumbai to pay homage to the memory of 26/11 victims. (ANI)