Russia, China and India join new counter terrorism pact
MOSCOW *- A Russian media wrote that five countries of Afghanistan, Iran, India, China and Russia agreed to establish a joint database to deal with the threats of the terrorist groups.*
According to Business Standard, a spokesman for the Russian Security Council said the issue of creating a joint database raised by representatives of China, Iran, Afghanistan, India and Russia in the multilateral conference of 'Dialogue of regional security' in Tehran.
According to Avenchi Onshin, a database of terrorist groups has already been created in the Federal Security Service of Russia, but the participants agreed to establish a joint general database.
According to the spokesman of the Russian National Security Council, at today's Tehran conference, in addition, representatives of other countries welcomed and supported the Iranian initiative to create a new mechanism at the level of the Security Council ministers.
The first meeting of secretaries and national security advisors hosted by Ali Shamkhani, secretary of National Security Council of Iran, at Azadi Hotel in Tehran, was launched today as a 'Regional Security Dialogue.'