Valletta, May 25 (BNA): A Bahraini delegation, headed by Ambassador Nancy Abdullah Jamal, Head of the Strategic Affairs Sector at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and Brigadier General Mohammed Abdullah Al-Haram, Assistant Chief of Public Security for Operations and Training Affairs, participated. At an international conference on global policies towards terrorist fighters, held in Malta from May 24-25.
Ambassador Nancy Jamal affirmed that the Kingdom of Bahrain’s participation in the conference confirms the Kingdom of Bahrain’s keenness to give priority to strategic issues related to combating global terrorism and preventing extremism.
It also affirms Bahrain’s full commitment to shouldering its responsibilities as an effective international partner capable of contributing to short and long-term collective initiatives to combat terrorism, noting that the Kingdom’s foreign policy is based on continuous participation in the international community. Efforts to combat terrorism, which remains a serious threat to the world.
Those gathered discussed emerging terrorist threats, and ways to deal with development and rapidly changing challenges. Ways to intensify constructive cooperation between international partners to achieve security, peace and stability in the world were also reviewed.
The meeting was organized by the US Department of State’s Office of Counterterrorism, in partnership with the International Institute for Justice and the Rule of Law (IIJ) in Malta, with the participation of senior officials and decision-makers in the field of counterterrorism. terrorism.