The “International Cooperation in Combating Terrorism” Symposium, organized by Naif Arab University for Security Sciences (NAUSS) and the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, kicked off in Riyadh Wednesday,
NAUSS President Dr. Abdulmajeed bin Abdullah Al-Banyan; Dean of Diplomatic Corps and Ambassador of the Republic of Djibouti to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Dya-Eddin Said Bamakhrama; Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to the Kingdom Jo Byung-Wook, and a number of members of the diplomatic corps and security experts joined the Symposium.
Dr. Al-Bunyan delivered a speech in which he said that the University has been interested in the field of counter terrorism for more than 30 years to become one of the pioneers in the global fight against terrorism, the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported.
He pointed out that NAUSS is regionally leading in terms of scientific production, where it discussed more than 130 master and doctoral theses on combating terrorism and extremism in all psychological, social, security and other aspects. It also published more than 55 books and organized dozens of courses and scientific meetings.
NAUSS President thanked the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and HRH Crown Prince for the great support that the Kingdom’s leadership provides to University.
Then, the Korean Ambassador delivered a speech in which he praised the university's efforts in the fields of combating terrorism, including organizing this important symposium, which is a starting point for a strategic partnership that contributes to achieving common goals.
He commended successful efforts by the government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to combat terrorism at regional and international levels.
The Ambassador called for strengthening international cooperation to combat the phenomenon of terrorism, which threatens international peace and security.