Pakistan and Russia have agreed to intensify collaborative efforts to combat terrorism, highlighting the mutual benefit of the collaboration.
Pakistan and Russia Agreed To Jointly Combat Against Terrorism
This was announced at the tenth meeting of the Pakistan-Russia Joint Working Group on Combating International Terrorism and Other Security Challenges in Islamabad.
Furthermore, Syed Haider Shah, Additional Foreign Secretary, and Sergey Vershinin, Deputy Foreign Minister of Russia, co-chaired the meeting.
Moreover, the two sides agreed to collaborate in combating terrorist financing and other key areas of counter-terrorism.
Global and Regional Threats
Additionally, they spoke extensively about global and regional terrorist threats, with a particular emphasis on the situations in Afghanistan, Central and South Asia, and North Africa.
Furthermore, the discussion emphasized the complexities of the terrorist landscape and the importance of remaining vigilant.
The two sides outlined their respective national counter-terrorist strategies and measures.
Moreover, they shared their insights and best practices, emphasizing the significance of national efforts in the larger fight against terrors.
Meeting Discussion Points
The two countries also discussed various forms of radicalization, the spread of terrorist ideologies, and the terrorist use of information and communication technologies.
They all agreed that comprehensive strategies to address these challenges were required.
They recognized the significance of their collaboration in ensuring regional and global security.
The Working Group’s next meeting will be held next year.
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