Canada Global (Web News) On March 6 and 7, Pakistan and the United States will meet in Islamabad to discuss counterterrorism. A US interagency mission is currently in Pakistan to discuss formulating strategies to combat the shared terrorism threats the two nations face.
Syed Haider Shah, Assistant Secretary (UN&ED), will lead the delegation from Pakistan, and Christopher Landberg, Acting Coordinator for Counterterrorism, will represent the United States.
The Foreign Office Spokesman stated in a press statement on Sunday that the dialogue would cover topics such as collaboration in multilateral fora and preventing the financing of terrorists.
It was also said that the two-day discussion would give both parties a chance to share their perspectives, experiences, and best practises in the area of counterterrorism.