In a significant turn of events Pakistan, Iran and Russia have agreed on Thursday to hold a joint security conference. The secretaries of Supreme National Security Council’s of the three nations have agreed to hold a conference with the participation of other countries of the region and determine its mechanism.
Vice-Admiral Ali Shamkhani from Iran, Nikolai Patrushev from Russia and Pakistan’s National Security Advisor Nasir Khan Janjua in their meeting expressed concern over destabilizing moves of the US in the region and the underlined necessity for an all-out cooperation of effective Asian states to confront such process.
In the first day of the conference, discussions were around issues dubbed as; ‘international crises from confrontation to dialogue’ and ‘evolution of tactics and strategies of international terrorist organizations’.
On the second day of conference two issues of ‘international information security; world responses to global challenges’ and ‘production and spread of narcotics, threats to peace and international stability’ were on the agenda.
Supreme National Security Council Secretary Vice-Admiral Ali Shamkhani representing Iran in this conference delivered a speech on the first day and held bilateral and trilateral meetings with other security top officials.