Islamabad. April 28 (APP): Pakistan European Union Counter Terrorism Dialogue was held on April 27 in Brussels. The dialogue provided an opportunity to hold key discussions on counter-terrorism cooperation as part of a broader engagement on security issues in the framework of the 2019 Strategic Engagement Plan.
According to the Foreign Office spokesperson, both sides strongly condemned all forms and manifestations of terrorism and jointly combat terrorism by enhancing cooperation to combat violent extremism, offline and online radicalization and terrorist financing. He reiterated his commitment to
He also discussed counter-terrorism cooperation in multilateral forums such as the United Nations and the Global Counter-Terrorism Forum. The dialogue provided an opportunity to discuss regional and global challenges, including the broader security implications of the situation in Afghanistan. The meeting provided an opportunity to explore concrete ways of assisting Pakistan in its efforts to address the challenges posed by the growing threat of terrorism.
The respective delegations were led by the Managing Director of Common Security and Defense Policy at the European External Action Service, Benedikta von Sehr-Thouss, and the Director General of Counter-Terrorism at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Pakistan, Abdul Hameed.
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