Pak-Iran close security cooperation play significant role in overall ties, Janjua says

Pakistan’s National Security Advisor Nasir Khan Janjua said in a meeting with Iran’s Secretary of the Supreme National Security Council Ali Shamkhani in Sochi that close security cooperation between Iran and Pakistan play significant role in removing barriers preventing expansion of all-out relations between the two countries.

Janjua and Shamkhani met on the sidelines of a two-day security conference in Russian city Sochi where representatives from 110 countries participated.
He told Iranian counterpart that without eradication of grounds forming extremism, it is not possible to eradicate Takfiri terrorism. He said Pakistani government and people are determined to stand against foreign pressures and never let their political independence and interests to be harmed by ill-wishers, he said.
He also strongly condemned the US measure in recognizing the holy Qods as the capital of the Zionist regime. He said Islamabad withstands against the US measures.
At the 9th Security Conference of senior officials from five world continents, which kicked off on Wednesday its 2-day meeting in the city of Sochi, Russia, heads of Intelligence organizations, secretaries of national security councils, ministers and aides of presidents and representatives from 110 countries participated.
In the first day of the conference, discussions were around issues dubbed as; ‘international crises from confrontation to dialogue’ and ‘evolution of tactics and strategies of international terrorist organizations’.
On the second day of conference two issues of ‘international information security; world responses to global challenges’ and ‘production and spread of narcotics, threats to peace and international stability’ were on the agenda.


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