Trilateral Cooperative Arrangement: Defence ministers of Malaysia, Indonesia and Philippines on Jan 27

TAWAU, Jan 16 (Bernama): The Defence Ministers of three countries, namely Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines, will meet on Jan 27 to discuss efforts to strengthen the Trilateral Cooperative Arrangement (TCA) to boost security in the Sulu Sea, Sulawesi and Sabah’s east coast.

Senior Defence Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein said he had earlier expressed his desire to strengthen cooperation of the countries’ armed forces through the TCA, to his counterparts in Indonesia and the Philippines.

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