Pakistan and the United States are determined to jointly deal with the TTP and Daish in Khorasan
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ISLAMABAD: The US and Pakistan have agreed to advance security in the region by partnering to counter the outlawed TTP ISIS Khorasan group and other terrorist organizations. Details reveal that Pakistan and the United States issued a joint declaration on the Anti-Terrorism Dialogue. According to the spokesperson for the Foreign Office, the anti-terrorism dialogue between the two countries was held on May 10 in Washington, USA.

Syed Haider Shah, Additional Secretary of State for the United Nations and OIC, represented Pakistan, while the US Department of State’s Coordinator for Counter-Terrorism, Elizabeth Richard, represented the United States.

The joint dialogue discussed key challenges facing regional and global security, with both sides emphasizing Pakistan-US cooperation in countering Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan and ISIS-Khorasan. The discussion also encompassed the counter-terrorism situation in the region.

The senior officials of Pakistan and the United States emphasized the importance of counter-terrorism cooperation and capacity building. The discussion focused on technical expertise, border security infrastructure, and training provision. In the dialogue, more than 300 police officers and issues related to US training on the front lines were also discussed.

The Counter-Terrorism Dialogue’s goal is to strengthen the United Nations and multilateral forums on global counter-terrorism. The partnership to counter ISIS, TTP and other terrorist organizations is to advance security in the region. Both countries have pledged to continue cooperation through government approaches to detect and prevent violent extremism. Counter-Terrorism Dialogue: Pakistan and the US expressed their joint commitment to contribute to both regional and global security and stability.


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