Anti-Terrorism Central Committee holds 1/2022 meeting

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SAC Member Union Home Affairs Minister Lt-Gen Soe Htut presides over the meeting 1/2022 of the Anti-Terrorism Central Committee in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday.

The Anti-Terrorism Central Committee organized its 1/2022 meeting in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday.
First, SAC Member Union Minister for Home Affairs Lt-Gen Soe Htut, in his capacity as the committee chairman, highlighted the aims of the meeting.
He then said the extremist terrorist group ARSA is an organization that is threatening the people in northern Rakhine State with the intention of taking over the territory under the reasons of race and religion-related matters.
Although the PDFs with various names of subordinates of terrorist group CRPH/NUG are shouting democracy, they are also an organization trying to grab the State power by forcible manners by threatening or killing the people brutally affecting the government mechanism.
As they have different intentions, the acts of terrorism and the threats against innocent people are also different.
Therefore, it should strengthen the preventive measures, accelerate the actions for the safety of people and rule of law, improve the capacity of security members, spend the anti-terrorism fund permitted by State Administration Council in accordance with the procedures and the department concerned should participate in such operations.
Then, Committee Secretary Chief of Myanmar Police Force Maj-Gen Zin Min Htet, in his capacity as Deputy Minister of Home Affairs reported on the anti-terrorism activities in 2022 and reviewed and Joint Secretary of Committee Brig-Gen Aung Htay Myint, head of the Transnational Crime Division explained the performance of central committee and cooperation with international countries, Interpol and ASEAN Police.
Afterwards, the deputy ministers, the deputy governor of the Central Bank of Myanmar, Nay Pyi Taw Council the Security and Border Affairs Ministers of Regions and States and other attendees discussed the cooperation in security and collection of information, development programmes and educating programmes at border areas, information releases, rehabilitation processes and other matters.
Then, the committee chairman made instructions regarding the preventive measures on potential outbreaks of terrorist incidents in 2023, arrangements to ensure security and rule and law, plans to prevent extremism and early detection of acts of terrorism, effective spending of anti-terrorism fund permitted by SAC and formation of working committees and groups, and he concluded the meeting. — MNA/KTZH

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