1. British Prime Minister Tony Blair and Pakistani President General Pervez Musharraf walk up to the microphones outside of the United Nations (UN) Security Council
2. Wide of two leaders
3. Cutaway people outside of the UN Security Council
4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Tony Blair, British Prime Minister:
"This terrorism is evil. It is destructive and we have to wage battle against not just the actual acts of terrorism, but the extremist teaching, the ideas, the fanaticism that breeds it. And I think the desire to do that is pretty common I would say."
5. SOUNDBITE: (English) General Pervez Musharraf, Pakistani President:
"We need to treat terrorism and extremism separately. Terrorism has to be dealt with through military force. We have to apply military force, immediately and we have to cooperate internationally to deal with it."
6. Wide of people outside corridor of UN Security Council
7. SOUNDBITE: (English) General Pervez Musharraf, Pakistani President:
"We have adopted a six point strategy to deal with extremism. There is a short term strategy which involves three elements. Number one, the banned organisations in Pakistan, extremist organisations, will not be allowed to resurface. They will not be allowed to collect any funds and money from any organisations from the public or from anywhere. The second element - hate literature. Any hate literature, books, pamphlets, handbills, the publishers, the writers, the distributors will be moved against very strongly. This is the second element of our immediate strategy. The third element
of our immediate strategy - any mosques, religious places, loudspeakers being misused to spread hatred, to spread militancy will be curbed."
8. Wide of both leaders shaking hands
9. SOUNDBITE: (English) General Pervez Musharraf, Pakistani President (responding to questions about meeting Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon):
"I was standing and he came in a group and he joined the group and he shook hands with me. I did shake hands with him. He asked me how I was, I asked him how you are and that's very good."
10. SOUNDBITE: (English) Tony Blair, British Prime Minister:
British Prime Minister Tony Blair and Pakistani President General Pervez Musharraf discussed ways of combating terrorism during their bilateral meeting at the United Nations (UN) on Wednesday.
Blair reiterated the aim of destroying terrorism along with what he described as the fanatical teachings and extremism that breed it.
Earlier in the day, Blair's drive to put the forces and funding of terrorism higher on the global agenda succeeded when he gained the UN Security Council's support to prevent the incitement of terrorist acts.
Musharraf said the war on terrorism had to be waged militarily, while the battle against extremism that may foster terrorism had to be dealt with by refusing to allow banned extremist groups from resurfacing and being funded.
He also said he had a plan to clamp down on the dissemination of hate literature and the spreading of hatred and militancy through mosques and other religious venues.
Responding to repeated questions about a reported meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, Musharraf acknowledged he and Sharon shook hands in an apparent chance encounter.
Musharraf, who last week said he did not plan to meet Sharon at the three-day UN summit despite praising the Israeli leader for ordering the withdrawal of Jewish settlements from Gaza, played down the encounter.
"I was standing and he came in a group and shook hands with me, I did shake hands with him, he asked me how I was, I asked him how he was. That's very good," Musharraf said after initially evading questions about the meeting.