Counter-terrorism expertise of Pak armed forces acknowledged across globe

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Expertise of armed forces of Pakistan in the counter-terrorism domain have been widely acknowledged across the globe, said counter terrorism expert attached with the Interior Ministry of Spain Dr. Sir Syed Shamsul Hassan Azeemi. Talking to APP here on Sunday Dr. Azeemi, who is currently on a visit to Pakistan said that having worked with the Spanish government, he thoughts to establish a school of penal and security sciences in Pakistan.
With the available resources and with the help of a few friends, he has established an online university, ‘the National University of Penal, Administrative and Security Sciences’, he added. Dr. Azeemi who is also author of two books on anti-terrorism, informed that he has done articulation agreements with the National Police of Colombia, Interior Ministry of Peru and other important organizations with the aim to establish the campus of University in Pakistan.
‘I want the authorities in homeland, Pakistan, use of my expertise’, he said.
He told that he has done doctorate in Criminal Sciences from Costa Rica and other doctorate in International Law from France and also studied many other professional diplomas as professional investigative techniques, documentoscopy, crime scene investigation amongst others. Speaking about achievements, Dr. Azeemi told that he was given the title of Knighthood or Sir from the African King of Bunyoro Kitara Kingdom of Uganda for educating his nation. The Metropolitan Archbishop of Brazil awarded him the title of Sir for imparting education to the poor nations.

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