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Volumes > Volume 2 > Jun. 2019


Egypts Presidency of the African Union and its Impact on the Strategy of Cooperation in Combating Terrorism

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Rasha Atwa Abdel Hakim Wahba,
The phenomenon of terrorism is a serious threat to international peace and security, and no country is immune from it. In addition, this growing phenomenon in the world is one of the most dangerous forms of security threats facing countries, as it targets an important aspect of the security and stability of these countries as well as their political and social entities. Terrorism is one of the challenges that has beset the African continent. It is a real challenge that is no less than challenging the development of the continent. To confront this phenomenon requires concerted efforts among these countries, as well as enhancing cooperation among them. The Egyptian presidency of the African Union will ensure a more sustainable and effective presence on the map. And to assist them in proposing practical and coordinating mechanisms within the Union to transfer Egyptian expertise, enhance cooperation and facilitate joint action between the security services and religious institutions on both sides. It is possible to rely on Egyptian experience in the field of combating terrorism. It also has an integrated and clear vision of a comprehensive confrontation with the various dimensions of security, culture and development, in addition to the possibilities available to the Egyptian state institutions which these countries can benefit from. This is part of the Egyptian contribution to the global efforts to spread best practices in the field of combating terrorism and sources of funding. In addition, the Egyptian state, through its religious institutions, can contribute to the dissemination of moderate thought and to counter extremist ideas through which to combat terrorism and to prevent the spread of extremist ideology, and also to transfer Egyptian experiences and expertise through intensifying courses and training grants to African countries. Which would consolidate the pivotal Egyptian role in Africa.

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