The trilateral meeting took place at a time when China is engaged in territorial disputes in the South China Sea, and with Japan in the East China Sea.
A six-year-old Indian girl died here due to complications related to hepatitis and sepsis, the media reported on on Thursday.
Shah Mahmood Qureshi’s remarks came a day after External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj categorically ruled out the possibility of resumption of bilateral talks with Pakistan unless it stops cross-border terror activities against India.
The Indian Embassy organised the event in association with over half a dozen Indian-American organisations.
Talking about how India has now become an active CERN member, she said, "India has been at CERN since the 1970s and Indian scientists have been participating at CERN because of a huge talent pool in the country.
Khan was apparently referring to India’s stance that terrorism and talks cannot go together and Pakistan must take effective and credible action to stop providing shelter and support to cross border terrorism from territories under its control.