Malaysia Polish Relationship in Combating Drugs

By: Izyan Liyana Mohd Darif

KAJANG, November 16th 2021 – Malaysia supports Singapore’s notion to become a full member of Commission of Narcotics Drugs (CND) for 2024 until 2027.

The support is shown through National Anti-drugs Agency (NADA) during Centre of Narcotics Bureau (CNB)’s Bilateral Meeting of Singapore which is conducted through online conference, previous Tuesday.

Through the meeting, Singapore’s CNB also agrees to contribute cooperation in sharing researches regarding marijuana’s harm.

Not only that, through the two-ways meeting, NADA and CNB also share new opinion and approach in combating drugs.

Besides that, the two agencies share on act and policy amendment which are practiced in order to combat drugs’ issue.

At the same time, it achieves a deal in making this bilateral relationship formal to ensure the ability in conducting annual meeting with the purpose of strengthening the relationship between NADA and CNB.

Besides CNB’s Director, Ng Ser Song, Bilateral Meeting of Singapore is also joined by NADA’s General Director, Tuan Sutekno Ahmad Belon who leads Malaysia’s Delegation.

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Tuan Sutekno (left) leads Malaysia’s Delegation during Centre of Narcotics Bureau (CNB)’s Bilateral Meeting of Singapore which was held through online conference, previous Tuesday. – NADA photos/Muhammad Rashdan Mohd Zakaria
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During the meeting, NADA and CNB achieve a deal in making this bilateral relationship formal in order to ensure annual meeting between the two. – NADA photos/Muhammad Rashdan Mohd Zakaria

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