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Indonesia, Malaysia and Philippine Encourage the Importance of Strategic Information Exchange

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Head of News Division of Center for Public Communication of Indonesian Defense Ministry, Colonel CZI Heru Prayitno Head of News Division of Center for Public Communication of Indonesian Defense Ministry, Colonel CZI Heru Prayitno VOI-FAISAL

An agreement signed by Indonesia, Malaysia and Philippine has strengthened the 3 countries’ commitment to integrally control Southeast Asia region. It was stated by Head of News Division of Center for Public Communication of Indonesian Defense Ministry, Colonel CZI Heru Prayitno at Coffee Morning at the Press room of Indonesian Defense Ministry in Jakarta on Thursday (15/02). Heru Prayitno said “Our Eyes” cooperation agreement is signed to emphasize the mutual strategic information exchange in the regional security.

“Indonesia, Malaysia and Philippine have agreed to conduct Trilateral cooperation in the field of supervision in Indonesian North region, plus 3 other countries, Singapore, Thailand and  Brunei as observers. The launching of “Our Eyes Initiatives“  in  Bali means that the three observer countries have joined Our Eyes Initiatives and  the agreement has been signed while Indonesian Defense Minister visited Singapore,” Colonel CZI Heru Prayitno said.

Colonel CZI  Heru  further said there were some important points from “Our Eyes“ cooperation namely identifying arising threats and challenges such as terrorism, radicalism and extremism that can harm peace and stability in the region and addressing maritime security issues through strategic information exchange. (VOI/Ahmad Faisal/AHM)

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