Myanmar, Bangladesh conduct coordinated patrol along border

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Border guard police forces patrolling along the border. Photo: Police Force Department

Myanmar and Bangladesh border guard police forces conducted a coordinated patrol along the border between post No. 40 and 41 on Tuesday, according to the Police Information Department.
The 15-member Myanmar police troop was led by Police Deputy Superintendent Aung Kyaw Kyaw of No. 1 Border Police Force at Ngayantchaung station in Maungtaw Township while the 15-member Bangladesh troop was led by Officer Naib Subedar Md. Sultan Ahmad of Gorijonbuniya Station of the No. 34 BGB.
Similarly, a eight-member troop of border police led by Police Deputy Superintendent Tun Tun of No.2 Border Police Force in Ngakhuya station conducted a coordinated patrol with two water crafts along the Naf River on the same day. The troop in two water crafts met with 10 Bangladesh’s troops in two water crafts at the middle of the Naf River near the mouth of Sabaeyin Creek and patrolled together along the river at 10 am, according to the Police Information Department.

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