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KUALA TERENGGANU: About 500 participants attended a briefing on current security issues given by the Home Ministry at the Trengganu Arts and Culture Department here today.
Home Ministry secretary-general Datuk Abdul Rahim Mohamad Radzi said the briefing was the first of such events held in the East Zone before being extended to Pahang and Kelantan.
Held with the cooperation with the Terengganu Information Department, he said the briefing was attended by heads of departments, government officers, private sector executives, university students and village development and security committee members.
He said the participants were enlightened on government efforts in handling national security issues.
"The people had raised many security issues, unfortunately they got them from wrong sources and tend to get misled.
"Through this programme, it is hoped that the correct information provided by the authorities could be disseminated to the public," he said at the briefing.
His speech was read by the Home Ministry human resource division secretary Razak Deraman. -- BERNAMA