Rabat (IINA) – Moroccan and Spanish officials will come together to discuss Counter-terrorism measures and the growing threat of extremism in the two countries on May 19 at the second Forum on Security and Counter-terrorism in Rabat.
The forum, with the theme of Fighting terror in the Sahel: the contribution of Morocco, Spain, and the African Union, aims to address possible measures to fight terrorist activities and extremism, which represent the greatest challenges for both countries and globally, according to the organizers, Morocco World News reported.
The forum will be organized by the Arab Culture Foundation. The previous edition of the event was held in Madrid, Spain. Minister of Justice Mohammed Aujar, and Abdelhak El Khiyame, head of the Central Bureau of Judicial Investigations (BCIJ), will be both in attendance at the forum. Several Spanish experts and professors from Complutense University will also take part in the event.
“The organization of the second session of the Spanish-Moroccan forum on security and Counter-terrorism in Rabat showcases the close ties existing between the two countries in various fields, especially that of security, explained Said Ida Hassan president of the Arab Culture Foundation, in a press release.
Source: International Islamic News Agency