CISSA urges exchanging information among African states - Press Photo
KHARTOUM - 30 September 2017: The final communiqué of the 14th conference of the Committee of Intelligence and Security Services of Africa (CISSA) Friday called for boosting confidence among member states and exchanging information to combat terrorism.
During the conference’s activities, the participants expressed their solidarity with states seeking peace in the African continent and urged fostering cooperation to overcome challenges and threats.
Also, the conferees agreed to a proposal submitted by Namibia to host the 15th session of the CISSA conference next year.
The member states also approved a motion by Nigeria to host the 16th session of the CISSA conference in 2019.
Delivering a speech at the conference final session, Sudan's Vice President Hassabo Mohamed Abdel Rahman asserted that political stability can be achieved in Africa through strengthening cooperation among African countries.
He also called for uniting and stepping up efforts to root out terrorism.