Six Countries Increase Against Terrorism Acts in the Sulu-Sulawesi Sea
By : Aldo Bella Putra | Sunday, July 30 2017 - 02:42 IWST
INDUSTRY.co.id - Manado - Six countries in Bilateral Sub Regional Meeting on Foreign Terrorist Fighters and Cross Border Terrorism step up legal efforts in countering terrorism.
In this meeting, we agreed to increase efforts in. Against terrorism law in the Sulu Sea and Sulawesi, "Coordinating Minister for Political, Legal and Security Affairs Wiranto in Manado Indonesia, Saturday (07/29/2017)
Wiranto said the six countries are between Indonesia, Australia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Brunei Darussalam and New Zealand.
He said the six-nation delegation meeting in Manado City of North Sulawesi Province (Sulawesi) expanded cooperation in countering terrorism.
This meeting is a follow up one of the results in a joint statement at the International Meeting on Counter Terrorism in Bali on 9 August 2016.
The purpose of this meeting is to strengthen cooperation more focused and practically- implementative with countries in the sub-region in order to respond to the latest development of security issues in the sub-sea region of Sulu and Sulawesi sea.
This cooperation, too, he said, should be supported by the education, economic and prison management sectors in each country.
Delegates from five countries other than Indonesia that of New Zealand Hon Gerry Brownlee, Minister of Foreign Affairs of New Zealand, Mr. Grahame Morton, Act Deputy Secretary, Americas and Asia Group, Dr Trevor Matheson, New Zealand Ambassador in Jakarta, Mike Pannett, Assistant Police Commissioner, Police Zealand New.
The delegation of Brunei Darussalam, HE Dato Seri Mix Hj, HE Tahatudin, HE Pg Hj Hishamudin, Deputy Minister In Prime Minister's Office of Brunei Darussalam (Dato Seri Paduka Hamdan bin Abu Bakar) Chairman of the Anti-terrorism, National Security Committee, the Department of the Prime Minister of Brunei Darussalam (Taharuddin Bin Abd Hamid).
The Malaysian delegation was Dato 'Masir Anak Kujat (second deputy home minister), Dato' muhamad Sade Bin, Mr Wan Abdul Rahman Bin.
Australia State delegation that Senator the Hon George Brandis QS, (Attorney General), Donald Markwell, Chris Moratis (Secretary, the Attorney General's Department), Timothy Richard Roy.
The Philippine State delegation is Gen. Hermogenes C. Esperon, Jr. (HOD) National Security Adviser, Richelieu Remandaban (Director, National Security Council), Maria Lumen B. Isleta (Ambassador of the Philippines in Jakarta), Oscar G Orcine (Consul General of the Philippines in Manado), Winston S Almeda (Special Assistant, Office of Security and Consular Civillian Concerns, Department of Foreign Affairs), Joseph Gideon Garcio (Foreign Liaison Officer) and Alan Roi Q Gabriola (Third Secretary, Philippine Embassy in Jakarta). (Ant)