KHARTOUM, April 5 (Xinhua) -- African countries on Wednesday called for efforts to confront armed groups in the continent against mercenary and foreign terrorists.
The Committee of Intelligence and Security Services in Africa (CISSA) also called for exchanging of information on activities of negative NGOs.
Representatives of CISSA countries, regional and international organizations concluded a three-day regional workshop here, discussing security and stability in Africa.
Sudan's First Vice President and Prime Minister, Bakri Hassan Saleh, praised the workshop as yielding a "unified African vision," noting that enemies of the human development should be defeated, whether they are "mercenaries, foreign fighters or negative NGOs."
Meanwhile, CISSA's Executive Secretary, Shimelis Woldesemayat, said that the threats of mercenary, terrorist fighters and negative NGOs require a great attention from the intelligence communities.