Trilateral patrols set to begin

By Elton Gomes
KOTA KINABALU: Joint air and sea patrols involving Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines to combat trans-border crimes and militant activities, will become a reality following a trilateral agreement between the three countries.
The trilateral cooperative arrangement will be launched by the three countries’ defence ministers in Bangao, Southern Philippines next month.
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