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PM for better coordination among Asia-Pacific intelligence agencies
DHAKA, Sept 02, 2014 (BSS)- Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today stressed the need for better coordination among intelligence agencies of Asia Pacific region to overcome the security challenges. "The security challenges that confront the mankind today cannot be faced alone by any country. The world would have to work in unison and in a holistic manner to face the menace," she said. The Prime Minister was inaugurating the 7th Asia-Pacific Intelligence Chiefs Conference (APICC) at Hotel Redison here today. Chiefs of intelligence's of 27 countries are taking part in the five-day conference. Sheikh Hasina said the terrorists and extremists are always innovating and improvising ... More...
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