Morocco, a Model in Anti-terrorism Fight, Hosts International Conference on Border Security | North Africa Post
Morocco, whose anti-terrorism approach is “a model worth following in the region,” is hosting a Global Counterterrorism Forum (GCTF) conference with the U.S.:
Morocco and the United States, Co-chair of the Global Counter-terrorism Forum (GCTF), hold this July 21st, in the Moroccan coastal city of El Jadida, an international conference on borders security, a key component in the global fight against terrorism.
The holding of the international conference in Morocco comes as a recognition of the North African country’s importance in counter-terrorism and in the international war against radical Islamists.
Morocco’s security approach and the efficiency of its intelligence services in combating terrorism have been repeatedly praised by the international community.
The latest side to hail Morocco’s anti-terrorism performance was the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC,) which described in a report unveiled lately in Geneva (Switzerland,) the Moroccan Intelligence agency as the most powerful agency in MENA region due to its success in ensuring national security and important role in preventing terrorist attacks.
The UN report also hailed the cooperation ties existing between the Moroccan intelligence agency and its foreign peers and particularly those of Europe and other super-powers such as the U.S., China and Russia…[FULL STORY]