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UAE establishes executive office to combat money laundering, terror financing

UAE establishes executive office to combat money laundering, terror financing
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Abu Dhabi [UAE], February 24 (ANI): The United Arab Emirates (UAE) Cabinet, chaired by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, has approved the establishment of the Executive Office of the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT).
According to the Emirates News Agency (WAM), the Executive Office will oversee the implementation of the UAE's National AML/CFT Strategy and National Action Plan (NAP), the programme of reforms designed to strengthen the country's anti-financial crime system.
Hamid Al Zaabi has been officially appointed as the Director-General of the Executive Office of the UAE, who will report directly to the Higher Committee overseeing the UAE's National AML/CFT Strategy, chaired by Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.

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Manchurian resistance against Chinese Communist Party's occupation

Manchurian resistance against Chinese Communist Party's occupation
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New Delhi: China does not just occupy countries and regions such as Tibet, East Turkistan, and Hong Kong; but also Manchukuo in its northeast which is also significant and has been illegally held by the Chinese Communist Party for decades, said Arslan Sartak, Prime Minister of the Government of Manchuria in Exile and President of the Concordia Association. As per Arslan Sartak, Manchukuo was founded in 1932 and had established itself as a constitutional monarchy by 1934. By the 1940s, Manchukuo had become one of East Asia's fastest-growing states but was regrettably occupied by the Soviet Union in 1945 and eventually handed over to the PRC in 1949. China has been occupying the region illegally since then.


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Indian Navy launches its new large survey vessel 'Sandhayak' in Kolkata

Indian Navy launches its new large survey vessel 'Sandhayak' in Kolkata
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The Indian Navy launched 'Sandhayak', the first of the four large survey vessels, in Kolkata on Sunday.

The ship was launched by Pushpa Bhatt, spouse of Minister of State for Defence Ajay Bhatt, who was the Chief Guest at the event.

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