Tempo Interaktif reports that Mike Keelty, the Chief Commissioner of the Australian Federal Police, has praised the Indonesian Police for their record of apprehending terrorists over the past five years.
The Indonesian Police, according to Keelty, have performed their duties well in managing to solve a number of terrorist crimes. Keelty's praiseful comments were delivered in Jakarta at the inauguration of a new DNA laboratory at the National Police Headquarter's Secretariat for Disaster Victim Identification (DVI) located in Cipinang, East Jakarta and followed a series of dramatic raids in Yogyakarta by Indonesia's elite anti-terror squad.
Those raids netted 7 terror suspects sought by the police and, according to Keelty, included unspecified support provided to the Indonesian police by his department.
Australia's top cop told the Indonesian police that his department will continue to cooperate with the Indonesian authorities in bringing terrorists to justice.
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