Wednesday, August 27, 2008

US happy with post-Sipadan security

Tawau: The United States Navy (USN) has expressed satisfaction over the level of security in Malaysian waters since the 2002 kidnap incident at Pulau Sipadan.

This was reflected in the increase in the influx of foreign tourists, including those from the United States of America.

This was disclosed Malaysian Chief of Staff Joint Force Headquarters Rear Admiral Dato Jamil Osman to the media, after accompanying USN Pacific Fleet commander Admiral Robert F Willard during his visit to the Malaysian armed forces base at Kukusan, in Tawau, and Ops Pasir Putih.

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