PM Imran briefed on enhanced intel cooperation at ISI HQs
June 24, 2021 03:11 AM
Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday visited the headquarters of the country’s premier intelligence agency in Islamabad where he was briefed on intelligence cooperation.
According to a press release issued after the meeting at ISI headquarters, a special meeting of the recently-established “National Intelligence Coordination Committee” was chaired by Prime Minister Imran Khan at Inter Services Intelligence Secretariat Islamabad.
Lieutenant General Faiz Hamid, Director General Inter Services Intelligence, welcomed the Prime Minister and the federal ministers.
National Intelligence Coordination Committee, “a platform for Intelligence Coordination/Cooperation for unified and wholesome National Intelligence Assessment was notified by the government on 22 January 2021”.
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The meeting was attended by Mr Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed, Interior Minister, Mr Fawad Chaudhary, Minister of Information and Broadcasting, heads of Services’ Intelligence Agencies, Intelligence Bureau and Federal Investigation Agency.
A comprehensive briefing followed by a discussion on enhanced intelligence cooperation was held.
The Prime Minister appreciated the ongoing efforts and expressed satisfaction over the performance of National Intelligence Coordination Committee.