Pakistan To Host Anti-terror Meet In Islamabad, Says India Will Participate


In what could turn out to be a step towards betterment of the bitter Indo-Pak relations, India is all set to participate in an anti-terror meeting in Islamabad.

A statement issued by the Pakistan Foreign Office said that the Anti-Terrorist Structure (SCO-RATS) Legal Experts meeting would be held between May 23 and 25 in Islamabad.

The meeting under the banner of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization with Pakistan as the host comes almost a year after it became a member of the group in June 2017.

“Legal experts from the eight-member states namely China, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, India, Russia, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Pakistan, as well as representatives of the SCO-RATS Executive Committee will participate in the meeting. The legal experts will discuss terrorist threats facing the region and ways and means to enhance counter terrorism cooperation between SCO member states,” the statement read. Read More…

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