Islamic Military Counter Terrorism Coalition launches website

Updated 21 November 2017

Islamic Military Counter Terrorism Coalition launches website

JEDDAH: The Islamic Military Counter Terrorism Coalition (IMCTC) has launched a special website on the internet in three languages including Arabic, English and French, according to the Saudi Press Agency (SPA).
The site, www.imctc.org, provides a platform for providing official information and data on the work of the coalition in four areas intellectual, media, counterterrorism financing, and military fields.
The intellectual aspect specializes in preserving the universal message of Islam, promoting the values of moderation, tolerance and the preparation of targeted messages to counter radical ideology.
The media side is based on producing digital, media and other informative content to refute the rhetoric and claims of terrorist organizations and extremists.
The third aspect focuses on combating the financing of terrorism in cooperation with relevant parties in member states, developing legal, regulatory and operational frameworks and facilitating the exchange of information to support the fight against the financing of terrorism.
In the military sphere, the coalition will help coordinate efforts, resources and planning, facilitate military exchanges, and contribute to facilitating the building of military capabilities of member states to fight terrorism.
The coalition also launched its accounts on a number of social networking sites:
Twitter:
IMCTC_AR @ Arabic
@IMCTC_EN in English
@IMCTC_FR in French
Facebook:
IMCTC_AR in Arabic
IMCTC_EN in English
IMCTC_FR in French


Saudi envoy receives Libyan ambassador to the UN

Updated 18 January 2020

Saudi envoy receives Libyan ambassador to the UN

NEW YORK: Abdallah Al-Mouallimi, Saudi Arabia’s permanent representative to the UN, held talks in New York with Taher El-Sonni, Libya’s UN ambassador and permanent representative. 

The two sides discussed issues of mutual concern and latest political developments in the region. 

Al-Mouallimi congratulated El-Sonni for his new apppointment and conveyed the Saudi leadership’s best wishes for prosperity, stability and progress to the Libyan people. 

Al-Mouallimi reiterated Saudi Arabia’s rejection of any foreign interference in the Libyan affairs, adding that Riyadh will continue to push all concerned parties to reach a political solution that guarantees the unity of Libya and saves
people’s lives.