Pakistan and the United States are set to hold a crucial counter-terrorism dialogue in Islamabad on March 6-7. A high-level US interagency delegation is already in Pakistan to discuss approaches for countering the shared terrorist threats.
The Pakistan delegation will be led by Additional Secretary (UN&ED) Syed Haider Shah, while Acting Coordinator for Counterterrorism Christopher Landberg will lead the US delegation.
The purpose of the dialogue is to address the common threat of terrorism, collaborate at multilateral platforms, and counter the financing of terrorism. According to a Foreign Office Spokesperson, the two-day event will allow both sides to share their experiences and best practices in the domain of counter-terrorism.