G20 leaders firmly intend to counter growing flow of foreign gunmen - state

The G20 leaders are concerned with a significant growth in the number of foreign terrorists also posing a threat for their countries and intend to build up cooperation in the fight against these challenges.
The G20 leaders are concerned with a significant growth in the number of foreign terrorists also posing a threat for their countries and intend to build up cooperation in the fight against these challenges.
The G20 states are concerned with a considerable and growing flow of foreign terrorists and a threat this poses for all the countries, including their home countries, transit and destination states of terrorists, says a statement of the G20 leaders, following the G20 summit in Antalya. 
The G20 leaders expressed their firm intention to combat this threat by stepping up cooperation and working out the relevant measures to prevent and eliminate this phenomenon, including the urgent information exchange, the measures on the borders to spot the movements of terrorists, preventive work and the necessary response measures by the criminal judicial bodies.
The G20 states will work together for building up global aviation security, the statement also said.

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