Islamabad (December 20, 2017): Pakistan and Japan have agreed to strengthen bilateral cooperation in security and counter terrorism.
The resolve was expressed during meeting of a Japanese delegation led by Ambassador in-charge of International Cooperation for Countering Terrorism Eiji Yamamoto with National Security Adviser Nasser Khan Janjua in Islamabad.
Japan’s ambassador in Pakistan Takashi Kurai was also present in the meeting.
The National Security Advisor briefed the delegation on regional security situation with a particular reference to role of Pakistan in fighting terrorism.Achievements against terrorism and sacrifices made by the armed forces, intelligence agencies, law enforcement agencies and people were adequately highlighted.
The envoy appreciated Pakistan’s efforts against terrorism and expressed his country’s support to help Pakistan by extending technical expertise.
He also stressed on keeping a regular pace of bilateral engagements so that both the countries could have a better and secured future.