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Myanmar-Bangladesh border defense forces meet on cooperation against terrorist organizations

Myanmar-Bangladesh border defense forces meet on cooperation against terrorist organizations

On November 25, local time, the border guards of Myanmar and Bangladesh held a meeting in the town of Mengdu, Rakhine State on cooperation in combating terrorist organizations.

It is understood that this is a battalion-level commander meeting between the border guards of the two countries. The two sides exchanged views on the joint fight against the terrorist organization Rohingya Salvation Army. At the same time, they also discussed handling special border incidents and preventing intimidation of innocent civilians. Possibility of real-time information on bombings and mine attacks.

On November 17, in the town of Mengdu, Rakhine State, a car triggered a landmine and caused an explosion, killing 3 people and injuring 6 people in the car. According to Burmese police investigation, this landmine was laid by the Rohingya Salvation Army, a terrorist organization. 

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