Kyrgyzstan President Caparov received the heads of intelligence of the Turkic world
President of Kyrgyzstan Sadir Caparov received the heads of the delegations of the 24th Special Services of Turkic Speaking Countries (TÜRKON) Conference.
In the statement made by the Presidency Press Center, it was stated that Caparov received the heads of the delegations of the conference held in Cholpon-Ata city of the country.
During the meeting, Kyrgyzstan National Security State Committee Chairman Kamchibek Tasiyev, Azerbaijan State Security Services Chairman Ali Nagiyev and Azerbaijan Foreign Intelligence Service Deputy Chairman Samir Ismailov, Kazakhstan National Security State Committee Chairman Ermek Sagimbayev, Turkish National Intelligence Organization Head Hakan Fidan and Uzbekistan State Security Services Head Abdusalom Azizov took part.
In his speech, Caparov emphasized that deep historical ties, centuries-old experience of good neighborliness, and fruitful cooperation between countries and peoples constitute a solid basis for strengthening cooperation within the framework of Turkic Speaking Countries Special Services.
Stating that the conference has become an important platform for cooperation and interaction in the field of security, Caparov stated that it has served as a sought-after platform for many years to discuss a wide range of professional issues, exchange experiences and develop the most effective cooperation models in the field of security.
Caparov pointed out that the escalation of terrorist activities in the Middle East and Afghanistan, which has reached dimensions that threaten the integrity of some states and threatens to spread far beyond the borders of these regions, requires the intelligence agencies to pay special attention.
Stating that the new era requires new approaches to solve the problems and overcome the challenges and threats, Caparov said:
"It is clear that achieving significant results in the fight against these threats and challenges is only possible with consistent and systematic work, joint and coordinated efforts. In this context, I believe that the meaningful and constructive discussions of this platform will make an important contribution to the security of the Turkish world."
Stating that he believes that the close interaction between the special services of the countries participating in the meeting will strengthen security and help the effective fight against international terrorism, radicalism and other global problems, Caparov stated that the Kyrgyz side is willing to work efficiently with the Turkish brotherly peoples on the basis of these values.
TÜRKON was founded on May 20, 1998 in Istanbul by the special services of Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Turkey. Uzbekistan joined TÜRKON in 2018
- Anadolu Ajansı