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UAE-Oman to crack down on infiltrators and smugglers

posted on 17/04/2010: 740 views


The UAE and Oman have agreed to step up operations against infiltrators and drug smugglers across borders as these illicit activities pose threat to security and stability of the two neighbouring countries.

A statement issued at the conclusion of a three-day meeting of the UAE-Oman Security Committee in Abu Dhabi stressed the vital importance of joint coordination and cooperation for combating these illegal practices.

The two sides also called for conducting joint exercises in civil defence, and timely exchanging of reports and information between central operations rooms on grave accidents.

A joint taskforce will meet as soon as possible to follow up implementation of e-link between border checkpoints to ensure greater efficiency and compliance.

Lt. General Saif Al Shafaar, Undersecretary of UAE Ministry of Interior, and Major General Salim Qatan, Assistant Inspector General of Police and Customs in Oman, who co-chaired the discussions, signed the minutes of the meeting. – Emirates News Agency, WAM

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