Myanmar, Bangladesh conduct coordinated naval patrol in Naf River
Naypyitaw August 17
A six-member border police team led by Police Captain Naing Lin, commander of Kyeekyun police post on two fast attack Naval water craft met up with 12-member Border Guard Force from Bangladesh led by Subedar Md. Adul Jalil on two motor boats near the meeting point at 15 nautical mile in the middle of Naf river, water border of the two countries, near the mouth of Yay Twin Pyin stream and conducted a coordinated patrol along the Naf River reaching 18 nautical mile point near Thee Chaung stream, it is learnt.
Similarly, a 15-member troop led by Police Lt-Superintendent Aung Kyaw Soe of No-1 Border Guard Police in Region-2 of the Maungtaw Township and a 15-member troop of Bangladeshi Border Guard Police led by Officer Subedar Md. Habibur Rahman of No. 34 Border Guard Police Force conducted a coordinated patrol along the border yesterday. They conducted the patrol from Mile Post No. 41 to 41-1/2, according to the Information Department of the Myanmar Police Force.