Interior Minister Attends Paris Talks on Terror Financing
Ministers from more than 70 countries, including Afghanistan, gathered in Paris to discuss ways to combat financing for Daesh and al-Qaida at an international conference. The initiative was launched by French President Emmanuel Macron to coordinate efforts to reduce the terror threat in the long term.
The Interior Minister Wais Ahmad Barmak attended the conference on behalf of Afghanistan where he talked about fighting against terrorism and eradicating their financial resources in the country and in the region, the Ministry of Interior said in a statement.This comes after dozens of people were killed in an attack, claimed by Daesh, targeting a voter registration center in Kabul.
Thursday’s meeting gathers ministers of justice, finance, foreign affairs and the interior from Western countries, the Arab world and other nations as well as representatives of 18 international organizations.