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UAE says it will not allow terrorists to operate from its land

Written by: Staff

New Delhi, Mar 20 (UNI) The United Arab Emirates today said it would not allow its land to be used as a sanctary by the terrorists and international criminals.

UAE Security agencies chief Lt General Sheikh Hazza Bin Zayed Al Nahayan said here that no criminal or terrorist would be allowed to use the UAE soil to perpetuate terrorist activities and other crimes against any other country.

Mr Nahayan called on CBI Director Vijay Shanker and discussed on areas of mutual cooperation between the two countries on criminal matters.

While welcoming the delegation led by Mr Nahayan, the CBI Director appreciated the cooperation by the UAE for deporting four fugitives against whom red corner notices had been issued.

Mr Shanker also offered UAE to avail of the training facilities at the CBI Academy, Ghaziabad (UP) for their officers especially in the areas of anti-corruption and economic offences.

The CBI Director underlined the importance of more frequent contacts between the security agencies of both the countries so that no criminal could escape the law of the land. In this direction, he suggested that Nodal Officers should be designated by the two countries for timely interaction between their security agencies.


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