Pak-UK to continue cooperation in war against terrorism: Malik
ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Rehman Malik on Monday said that Pakistan has rendered a lots of sacrifices in the war against terrorism and the international community should acknowledge its contribution.
He was talking to his British counterpart Theresa May who met with the minister in London. Rehman Malik said he has discussed mutual interest issues including elimination of terrorism, human trafficking, eradication of narcotics, visa issues of overseas Pakistanis, border management, improving the performance of Pakistani police and imparting training.
He said that Pakistan and the UK are jointly working against terrorism and that cooperation will continue in future as well.
Rehman Malik said that the UK will also provide assistance for training and improving performance of Pakistan police. He said that during the meeting he also raised the issue of problems being faced by Pakistani prisoners in UK jails.
Theresa May said that UK appreciate the efforts of Pakistan in war against terrorism. She said that the UK was also working with Pakistan on the issues of illegal immigration and forced marriages.