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MOSCOW, January 28. /ITAR-TASS/. Russia and Pakistan will continue cooperation in fighting international terrorism, Russia’s Foreign Ministry said Tuesday following the fifth meeting of the two countries’ task group to counter terrorism and other challenges to international security. The meeting took place in Islamabad.
Russian presidential envoy for international cooperation in countering terrorism and organized crime, Alexei Zmeyevsky, and the general director of Pakistan's National Crisis Management Cell, Deputy Minister of the Interior, Tariq Lodhi, discussed a wide range of international cooperation issues in fighting terrorism, illegal drug trafficking and other crime-related challenges.
“The two men devised a number of practical steps. They will continue to cooperate in this field both bilaterally and within regional and international organizations, primarily in the UN,” the report goes.