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Indonesia in the last week discussed anti-terrorism cooperation between intelligence communities of Muslim countries, as a delegation is currently on an official visit to Turkey. Indonesia's Chairman of the House of Representatives Commission I for defense, information and foreign affairs Mahfudz Siddiq told Antara news agency that the anti-terrorism cooperation was discussed during a meeting held with Turkish intelligence agency Dr. Hakan Fidan in Ankara, Turkey.
According to Siddiq, as the delegations discussed several related ideas, Dr. Fidan, who represents the Turkish intelligence agency (MIT) was enthusiastic about the cooperation talks. Other topics discussed included, the right to bugging or wiring, arrest, coordination, and internal control, as the MIT has no right to arrest, and bugging operations require a court permit, which is issued in 60 days.