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FPDA members to share intelligence to fight terrorist threats


  • Nation
  • Friday, 2 Jun 2017

(From left): Australia's Minister of Defence Marise Ann Payne, Hishammuddin, Singapore's Minister of Defence Ng Eng Hen, New Zealand's Minister of Defence Mark Mitchell and Britain's High Commissioner to Singapore Scott Wightman attending the Five Power Defence Arrangements Defence Ministers' Meeting in Singapore June 2, 2017. - REUTERS

(From left): Australia's Minister of Defence Marise Ann Payne, Hishammuddin, Singapore's Minister of Defence Ng Eng Hen, New Zealand's Minister of Defence Mark Mitchell and Britain's High Commissioner to Singapore Scott Wightman attending the Five Power Defence Arrangements Defence Ministers' Meeting in Singapore June 2, 2017. - REUTERS

PETALING JAYA: Members of the Five Power Defence Arrangement (FPDA) regional security institution have agreed to share  intelligence to deal with terrorist threats against Malaysia and Singapore.  

The countries comprise Malaysia, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom.   

   

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