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Cabinet nod for agreements with Myanmar, Korea to combat terrorism

Government today approved an agreement between India and Myanmar for coopereration in combating terrorism, organised crime, drug trafficking and money laundering. The Union Cabinet, which met here under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, also approved an agreement between India and Korea for cooperation and mutual assistance in customs matters. An official spokesperson said the agreement between India and Myanmar on non-traditional security issues was signed on October 25 and Cabinet gave its ex-post-facto approval today. The agreement is for five years and envisages strengthening of the framework for security cooperation between the two countries. It also outlines mutual cooperation in combating terrorism, organised crime, drug trafficking and money laundering. Full Story

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