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IMCTC Secretary-General met with Under-Secretary-General for the UNOCT
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​The Secretary General of the Islamic Military Counter Terrorism Coalition (IMCTC), Maj. Gen. Mohammed Saeed Al-Moghedi met with the Under-Secretary-General for the United Nations Office of Counter-Terrorism (UNOCT) and the Executive Director of the United Nations Counter-Terrorism Centre (UNCCT), Mr. Vladimir Voronkov, at the United Nations headquarters in New York. During the meeting, they explored areas of mutual cooperation between IMCTC and the UN Counter-Terrorism Centre and addressed issues related to counter-terrorism domains. The UN Under-Secretary-General received a briefing on IMCTC's initiatives in ideology, communications, and counter-terrorism financing domains, as well as IMCTC's role in coordinating international efforts and stepping them up among IMCTC's member countries.

The UN Under-Secretary-General welcomed Maj. Gen. Al-Moghedi and pointed out that cooperation between international organizations is crucial in facing terrorist challenges. He praised the IMCTC's efforts in serving the interests of member countries in their war against terrorism and acknowledged the achievements made by IMCTC in coordinating international efforts in this field. He also highlighted the pioneering role of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the host country, in supporting this Coalition since its establishment, emphasizing the importance of international solidarity in this regard.

For his part, Maj. Gen. Al-Moghedi expressed his appreciation for the efforts of the United Nations, represented by the Secretariat's Counter-Terrorism Office and the UN Counter-Terrorism Centre, in supporting, assisting, and training member countries in counter-terrorism domains, building institutional capacities, coordinating international efforts, implementing Security Council resolutions, and raising awareness about the dangers and impacts of terrorism. He affirmed that countering terrorism requires international effort and intensive cooperation within a defined strategic framework that operates in a participatory and integrative manner to eliminate this scourge that has afflicted many people worldwide.

It is worth noting that this visit is part of efforts to enhance international cooperation with regional and international organizations and centers. IMCTC is keen on establishing strategic partnerships with international organizations and strengthening continuous relations and cooperation to preserve international peace and security.​

5/23/2024 2:11 PM