Pakistan to hold first international counter terrorism conference in Islamabad


ISLAMABAD - Pakistan’s first three-day International Counter Terrorism Forum will start from Tuesday.

National Counter Terrorism Authority (NACTA) Coordinator Ihsan Ghani during a news briefing in Islamabad on Friday, said conference was aimed at highlighting Pakistan’s endeavours and achievements in countering menace of terrorism and extremism before the international community.

He said the valiant armed forces and nation have rendered unmatched sacrifices in war on terror and registered mega successes against it.

The objective of the forum was to bring together leading international and national experts, scholars, think tanks and opinion makers in the area of counter terrorism and counter extremism to deliberate on the current situation and the future challenges and response.