Time to join hands and unite to completely eradicate terrorism: PM Modi

On his last day of South Korea visit, Prime Minister Narendra Modi stressed on the threat of terrorism which is plaguing the entire world. Having received the 14th Seoul Peace Prize, he said, "A few weeks before the Seoul Olympics (1988), an organisation called Al-Qaeda was formed. Today, radicalization and terrorism have become global and are the biggest threats to world peace and security." He emphasised on the importance of working together to fight with terrorism. He said, "Time has come to join hands and unite to completely eradicate terrorist networks. Only by doing so can we replace hate with harmony." He ended his speech with theme song of 1988 Olympic which was held in Seoul, South Korea. He said, "I would like to quote a portion of the 1988 Olympics Theme Song, as it captures the hopeful spirit for a better tomorrow for all- Hand in hand, we stand, all across the land, we can make this world, a better place in which to live."