Commonwealth countries agree to strengthen cyber security regime


London/Islamabad April 21 (TNS): Member countries of the Commonwealth have unanimously agreed to work closely and strengthen cyber security frameworks.

In a declaration issued at the end of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in London, leaders of 53 countries agreed to tackle criminal groups who pose a global threat to security.

The leaders also expressed their strong support for the multilateral trading system and adopted a six-point connectivity agenda to boost trade and investment links across the Commonwealth.

They also agreed on a bold, co-ordinated push to protect oceans from the effects of climate change, pollution and over-fishing.