- The leaders of G20 after the Osaka summit has agreed to prevent the use of the internet to fund and facilitate terrorism and extremism.
- They asserted that while the internet must be open,free and secure but it cannot serve as a safe haven for terrorists.
- The leaders also called for implementing relevant UN resolutions,the UN Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy and other instruments including the 2017 Hamburg G20 Leaders Statement on Countering Terrorism.
- However,they said that such efforts must respect human rights and fundamental freedoms such as freedom of expression and access to information.
- They also welcomed the UN Security Council Resolution 2462 which stresses the essential role of Financial Action Task Force(FATF) in setting global standards for preventing and combating money laundering, and terrorist financing.
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