Putrajaya dialogue calls for int'l cooperation to fight terrorism
(MENAFN- Kuwait News Agency (KUNA)) PUTRAJAYA, Malaysia, Jan 6 (KUNA) -- The Putrajaya International Security Dialogue 2018 concluded in Malaysia on Saturday with a call for cooperation among all countries to cut financing sources for terrorism.
The two-day meeting's final statement stressed the need to set new strategies and plans to fight terrorism and protect human rights.
It also noted that NGOs and civil society must cooperate to provide rehab programs for extremists.
Meanwhile, Secretary General of the Muslim World League Mohammad Al-Essa told KUNA that the League is exerting great efforts to spread the peaceful and moderate teachings of Islam away from all forms of extremism.
He added that the League has forged strong relations with important leaders of different religions and beliefs around the world.
The event titled "Wisdom and Moderation in Countering Terrorism", saw the participation of ministers and deputy ministers of 20 countries, as well as local and foreign senior officials, members of diplomatic missions, NGOs, academics and students. (end) aab.ag
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