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Jordan urges unifying international efforts to combat terror

MENA , Thursday 21 Feb 2019
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Jordanian Attorney General Mohamed Saeed has urged unifying regional and international efforts to combat money laundering and terrorism.

Saeed's remarks came during the third session of the first Middle East and North Africa conference on enhancing international cooperation in the face of growing threats of financing terrorism and money laundering that started on Wednesday and will run for two days.

Saeed said that Jordan is keen on taking effective measures to face terrorism and money laundering.

Jordan has inked international cooperation protocols to provide good living conditions for Jordanians, he said.

The two-day conference is discussing several important issues related to fighting terrorism and other crimes along with means of boosting international cooperation in this regard.

Representatives from 41 countries and international organisations from the Middle East, Africa, Europe and Asia are taking part in the conference.

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