Riyadh - SPA
Islamic Military Counter Terrorism Coalition (IMCTC) receives representatives of Pakistan
The Islamic Military Counter Terrorism Coalition (IMCTC) today
received, at its Riyadh headquarters, the representatives of the Islamic
Republic of Pakistan who recently joined the group of representatives
of the Islamic coalition countries, bringing to 24 the number of Islamic
countries who delegated their representatives to the group.
Welcoming them, the acting Secretary General of the IMCTC Major
General Mohammed bin Saeed Al-Ghamdi, wished the Pakistani delegates
every success and lauded the great role they are playing in the service
of the initiatives of the coalition.
The 41-member coalition works to coordinate its efforts as part of
the international war against extremism and terror aiming to enforce
world security and peace.