Riyadh (UNA-OIC) – The Islamic Military Counter Terrorism Coalition (IMCTC) received Wednesday at its headquarters in Riyadh the representatives of Pakistan, who have recently joined the group of IMCTC countries’ representatives, bringing the number of states that dispatched their representatives to 24 Islamic nations.
The Acting IMCTC Secretary-General welcomed the Pakistani representatives and wished them every success in performing their duties. He also noted the great role assigned to them in serving the coalition and its initiatives to combat terrorism.
It is worth noting that the IMCTC includes 41 member states working together to coordinate and intensify their efforts in the international war against extremism and terrorism. Member states also join international efforts aimed at preserving international peace and security.