Finance ministers from the Group of Seven major industrialized countries agreed Tuesday to strengthen cooperation on blocking cash flows to international terrorists, Finance Minister Masajuro Shiokawa said.

In a teleconference, the G7 ministers agreed to freeze assets suspected of being linked to terrorists and to meet in Washington on Oct. 6, Shiokawa told reporters.

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