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Msia-Philippines joint-exercise to see exchange of police liaison officers

GOMBAK: Malaysia and the Philippines plan to exchange police liaison officers as part of a joint exercise.

Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar said a Philippine policeman will be stationed at the Kota Kinabalu police headquarters as a liaison officer.

“They (the Philippine police) are ready to attach their officer with our police in Kota Kinabalu. Whenever they want to send their officer, we are ready – we already have an office for him.

“In fact, we are also ready to send our officer to Manila at any time. I am targeting January next year. We already have the approval to send our officer.

We’re just waiting for the funds. Khalid said he is optimistic that the joint exercise between Malaysian and Philippine police will be a success.

“We have established a contact person between the southern Philippines and eastern Sabah – connecting the Lahad Datu and Bonggao police stations.


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