ISLAMABAD (APP) - Pakistan and Saudi Arabia have agreed to fight war on terror with collective efforts in order to revive the true and soft image of Islam in the World. Both the countries have decided to launch a vigorous campaign to educate the masses about the real essence of Islam by adopting measures through joint working group of both Muslim countries, said a press release issued here Friday. Exchange of Ulema and religious scholars was decided between the two countries to promote the interaction of people of the both brotherly countries. This was decided in a meeting of 3-member delegation of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia led by Dr Abdul Aziz Bin Abdullah Al Ammar, Deputy Minister for Religious Affairs, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia with Minister of State for Religious Affairs, Ms Shagufta Jumani. While welcoming the Saudi delegation, the Minister informed that Pakistani people have close attachments with the people of Saudi Arabia, adding that Pakistanis considered Saudi Arabia as their second home. She also lauded the role of Saudi government for providing special facilities to the Pakistani Hajj Pilgrims during the Hajj operation. She also condemned the current wave of terrorism and informed the delegation that the government was fully determined to eliminate the terrorists and sought the Saudi support to fight collectively the war on terror. She apprised the delegation that having multi-ethnic society, Pakistan was facing a great challenge and suggested for collective effort to take the prevailing extremism prudently and exchange of academics and other religious scholars between the two countries. The Saudi Arabia Dy Minister thanked Pakistan for its hospitality and expressed his pleasure to visit Paksitan and conveyed a goodwill message of Harmain Sharifain for the people of Pakistan. He agreed with suggestions of Pakistan for exchange of Ulema and Scholars and hoped that with joint collaboration and pragmatic approach the menace of extremism could be handled. He appreciated the role of Pakistan and stressed the need that the Muslim Ummah should come forward to get rid of extremism. The under process Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the two countries was also came under discussion. The Saudi side proposed that a training programme for the religious scholars and preachers should be launched through joint venture in order to mould the public opinion. He emphasised that the curriculum of the primary education particularly in Seminaries should be devised in line with the modern techniques. He suggested that open dialogue, seminars and workshop should be held between working groups to promote the interaction as well as maintain close liaison between the two countries. Secretary M/O Religious Affairs, Agha Sarwar Raza Qazalbash also thanked the Saudi government for extending its support and facilities to the Pakistani Hujjaj. He stressed for holding of frequent meetings and exchange of delegation to overview the sensitive areas. He informed that the government was monitoring the activities of the madrassas and expressed hope that in collaboration with Saudi government the condition of the madrassas would be improved.