New Delhi: Foreign minister S Jaishankar on Friday said terrorism is a cancer that potentially affects everyone just like pandemic impacts all humanity. Also Read - Ladakh Standoff: India, China Reach Five-point Consensus For Resolving Border Tensions

“Global responses to terrorism and pandemic have tended to emerge only when there has been sufficient disruptions,” the minister said, speaking at the 19th Darbari Seth Memorial Lecture. Also Read - India-China Border Dispute: S Jaishankar's Meeting With Chinese Foreign Minister in Moscow Concludes

The minister said India remains global in its outlook even more so after the pandemic. Also Read - Amid Rising Border Tension, S Jaishankar to Meet Chinese Foreign Minister in Moscow Today