Friday’s joint press conference of both the world leaders aimed mainly on tackling the threat of terrorism. Both the leaders condemned terrorism in France and Nigeria recently, at the same time they assured their efforts to fight against terrorism and tackle their sponsors like Islamic State Iraq, Greater Syria and Al-Qaeda.
At least 17 people were murdered by terrorist attack in France last week. The events were very much shocking and the murders were lambasted unequivocally. Simultaneously, more people were murdered by terrorists in Baga, Nigeria, and the statistics reached up to more than 2000 killings.
Prime Minister David Cameron alerted giant internet companies like Facebook and Twitter that they should not indulge terrorists to use their platforms for communications. The US president said he respected the path in which civil liberties gatherings consider them answerable by tapping them on the shoulder.
Obama agreed with Cameron that there could be no spaces on the web for terrorists to convey that couldn’t be checked by the intelligences organizations, subject to fitting oversight. President Obama urged groups to guarantee that also he and different pioneers do not surrender common freedoms, which seems to be a different opinion as of Cameron.
An announcement came from the White House stated that the US and the UK have the same opinion to harden their cooperation in cyber security. David Cameron recollected the past alliance of both the countries as far as terrorism is concerned, and till the present situation they both will combat terrorism as a revitalized association.
PM Cameron and President Obama consented to build a joint UK-US gathering to make ways for enhancing attempts to counter brutal dogmatism. The group will incorporate Home Office agents and different authorities of UK. They will have a meeting before a White House summit on the particular issue on the next month. They will work-out plans for working with nearby Muslim community and dealing with foreign fighters.