Myanmar, Bangladesh conduct coordinated border patrols
Naypyitaw September 7
A troops led by Police Inspector Kyi Soe, Border Police Force in Maungtaw Township, Rakhine State, left from Naval Vessel Outpost (Maungtaw) with two high speed naval vessels and met with a 12-member Bangladeshi troop led by Subedar Shaik Adul Jalil, Border Guards Bangladesh at nautical mile-15 in the middle of the Naf River between the two countries on 6 September morning.
They conducted a coordinated naval patrol along the Naf River and arrived at the nautical mile-18 near the mouth of The chaung Stream. During the patrol, the two troops also discussed future coordinated patrols.
Similarly, a troop led by Police Captain Tun Tun Soe, Border Police Force, Maungtaw Township, Rakhine State, and a troop led by Officer Naib Subedar Md. Wares Sarkar, Border Guards Bangladesh conducted a coordinated patrol from border post 44 to 45 on the same day, according to the Information Department of the Myanmar Police Force.