In a bid to deepen security and further foster safety in the country, Nigeria and the United Kingdom have commenced their first Security and Defence Partnership Dialogue.
Ndidiamaka Eze, Press and Public Affairs Officer, British High Commission, announced the meeting in a statement.
UK National Security Adviser, Sir Stephen Lovegrove, and his Nigerian counterpart, Maj. Gen. Babagana Monguno (rtd), are attending.
The officials will discuss counter-terrorism, serious and organised crime, civilian policing and human rights.
The Security and Defence Partnership between the two countries was agreed upon in 2018.
The dialogue, being held at King Charles Street, FCDO, London will end on Wednesday.
A communique is expected subsequently.