August 19, 2016

Four nations meet to ensure law enforcement cooperation against human trafficking

THE third meeting on multi-country law enforcement cooperation on trafficking in persons within the fishing industry was held in Cambodia yesterday, attended by representatives from Cambodia, Indonesia, Myanmar and Thailand.
A Myanmar delegation to the four-nation meeting was formed with 10 members from the Union Attorney-General Office and Myanmar Police Force led by Police Brig-Gen Win Naing Tun.  According to the agenda, a review of the resolutions and agreements of the second meeting, country-wise activities and further plans are set to be discussed on the first day while bilateral discussions in two groups will be held three times on the second day.
The four-nation meeting is held every four months under the Australia-Asia Program to combat trafficking in persons. The second meeting was held in Indonesia last year. —Min Naing (Anti-Human Trafficking)


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