Malaysia to use drones to monitor border with Thailand


PASIR MAS: The Malaysian Border Security Agency (Aksem) will use drones to monitor the situation along the Malaysia-Thailand border, especially to curb the entry of illegal immigrants into the country.

Its deputy director-general Mohd Redzuan Mohd Zain said 25 units of high-tech drones would be used in the four states bordering Thailand, namely Kelantan, Perlis, Kedah and Perak.

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