Islamabad: The fourth round of Pakistan-United Kingdom Bilateral Consultations on Arms Control, Non-
Proliferation and Disarmament was held in Islamabad on Tuesday.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Pakistan delegation was led by Mohammad Kamran Akhtar, Director
General (Arms Control & Disarmament). The United Kingdom’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office
delegation was led by Samantha Job, Director for Defence and International Security.
“The talks were held in an open and constructive atmosphere, with the two sides discussing issues on
international arms control and non-proliferation agenda. The delegations also discussed issues relating to global and regional security and stability, as well as areas of cooperation and collaboration in multilateral
fora. There was agreement that these talks were valuable and remain an important element of the ongoing engagement between both countries on Arms Control, Non-Proliferation and Disarmament issues. The two sides agreed to hold the following meeting in London next year,” said the foreign ministry.