October 19, 2017

Countering Terrorism

Myanmar focuses on domestic protection

Policewomen are undergoing further training in mob control at Number 1 Police Training School, Yamethin. Photo: MNA
Policewomen are undergoing further training in mob control at Number 1 Police Training School, Yamethin. Photo: MNA

THE Myanmar Police Force and the United Nation Office on Drugs and Crimes jointly organised a meeting on building the capacity of local organisations to prevent terrorist acts from being carried out in Nay Pyi Taw on Wednesday, bringing together police officers, officials from related ministries and foreign experts to the meeting.
Police Brig-Gen Myint Htoo, Head of the Department of Transnational organised Crime and UNODC Representative Mr. Thanawan Klumklochit addressed the meeting.
During the meeting the representatives present held discussions on terrorist incidents, the operations of terrorists in the great Asia region and the requirements for information collection, collaboration and cooperation among local organisations concerned in the fight against terrorist organsation.
The meeting was scheduled to last for three days, ending today, covering capacity building programmes to promote Myanmar’s cooperation in the fight against terrorism both domestically and internationally.—MNA

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