Indonesia and Malaysia to possibly join in campaign against Abu Sayyaf

By Phoebe Balubar

Western Mindanao Commander Major General Carlito Galvez Jr said that the Armed Forces of the Philippines is  willing to welcome its counterparts from neighbors Indonesia and Malaysia, in an attempt to track down Abu Sayyaf bandits for good.
This is possible under the trilateral agreement last signed  between the three countries, allowing the maritime presence of both Indonesian and Malaysian forces in the coasts of Sulu and Tawi-Tawi.
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Source: http://www.canadianinquirer.net/

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