Marrakech - The Arab interior ministers council which held on Wednesday in Marrakech its 31st session adopted the "Marrakech declaration of struggle against terrorism."
Marrakech – The Arab interior ministers council which held on Wednesday in Marrakech its 31st session adopted the “Marrakech declaration of struggle against terrorism.”
The declaration reiterates total rejection of terrorism, whatever reasons and methods, and condemned the sectarian discourse that feeds terrorism and incites for hatred as well as all terrorist acts against member-states.
The Council also reaffirms resolve to continue to fight terrorism and make use of all efforts and means to eradicate the plague, expressing support to all measures taken by member-states to guarantee their security and stability.
The Arab interior ministers further condemned terrorist acts against security forces in Arab countries, such as the ones that targeted recently security forces in Bahrain, Tunisia, Algeria, Saudi Arabia, Libya, Egypt, Yemen and Iraq where thousands of policemen were killed.