Regional Special Forces Counter-Terrorism Conference

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The Regional Special Forces Counter-Terrorism Conference is an annual event participated by various armed forces and counter-terrorism agencies in the Asia-Pacific region and Europe. The conference provides participants the opportunity to share professional insights and discuss ways to enhance information-sharing among counter-terrorism professionals. The conference aims also to develop closer co-operation while strengthening working-level relationship among members of the Special Forces.

The inaugural conference was held in June 2004, hosted by the Australian Army. The second conference was held from 21 to 25 November 2005 in Singapore, hosted by the Singapore Armed Forces commandos [1].

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