Riyadh —The Secretary-General of Islamic Military Counter Terrorism Coalition (IMCTC), Maj. Gen. Mohammed bin Saeed Al-Moghedi, has received Malaysian Deputy Minister of Defence Dato’ Sri Ikmal Hisham Bin Abdul Aziz and the accompanying delegation at IMCTC’s headquarters in Riyadh.
A briefing was given to the Malaysian delegation on IMCTC’s counterterrorism efforts across four domains (ideology, communications, counter-terrorist financing, and military) and IMCTC’s role in coordinating member countries’ efforts in this regard.
The two sides also discussed cooperation between the IMCTC and Malaysia during the meeting.
Maj. Gen. Al-Moghedi pointed out that IMCTC represents an integrated platform that seeks to strengthen cooperation among member countries and act on the values of legitimacy, independence, coordination, and participation, ensuring that its counterterrorism efforts are consistent with international regulations, norms, and laws.
He highlighted Malaysia’s role in countering terrorism and violent extremism in all its forms in East Asia.
For his part, the Malaysian deputy minister of defense commended the IMCTC’s significant role in serving the interests of its member countries across the various counterterrorism domains, hailing at the same time its achievements in countering terrorism and violent extremism.