Top leaders of Russia, Pakistan,
Afghanistan and Tajikistan on Wednesday agreed to intensify their
joint strategy against terrorism and drug trafficking at
a key quadrilateral summit in Black Sea resort of Sochi.
Security issues in the restive
Af-Pak region and an effective strategy to combat global
terrorism and drug-trafficking top the agenda of a key
quadrilateral summit to be hosted by President Dmitry Medvedev
External Affairs Minister SM Krishna and his American counterpart Hillary Clinton today discussed the Afghan situation, regional security and bilateral ties during a meeting between the two leaders here.