However, Russia's foreign minister said at a separate gathering that his country would help Pakistan dismantle terror infrastructure in its territory.
The Russia-India-China (RIC) joint communique also stressed that "those committing, organising, inciting or supporting terrorist acts must be held accountable and brought to justice in accordance with the obligations under worldwide law, including the principle of "extradite or prosecute" as well as the applicable domestic legislations".
Maintaining regional security and economic architecture that is "open, inclusive, and based on multilateralism, universally recognized principles of worldwide law" is imperative for lasting peace and stability in the region, underlined the three emerging countries in a statement.
At her bilateral meeting with Wang, she emphasised that both India and China must enhance mutual trust so that they can develop a better understanding of each other. Last year, for example, I'd observed that India had signed on to a joint statement with Russian Federation and China that outlined a conspicuously China-oriented view of the South China Sea disputes.
"I know India has problems - we discussed it today - with the concept of One Belt, One Road, but the specific problem in this regard should not make everything else conditional to resolving political issues", he told an audience that included National Security Adviser Ajit Doval and foreign secretary S Jaishankar.
"We agree to strengthen cooperation to take decisive and concerted actions against globally proscribed terrorists and terror entities", it said. "If it comes to voting to declare Pakistan a state supporting terror, Russian Federation will surely be by the side of India and its interests", retired Major Gen P K Sehgal told Sputnik.
The three nations also expressed deep concern over the threat of weapons of mass destruction falling into the hands of terrorist groups, including the use of chemicals and biological agents for terrorist purposes.
The three nations further called for greater unity, stronger global partnership and concerted actions by the worldwide community in addressing the menace of terrorism in accordance with global law and the UN Charter, including the principles of sovereign equality of States and non-interference in their internal affairs. "We reaffirm that all acts of terrorism are criminal and unjustifiable irrespective of their motivations, committed wherever and by whomsoever".