ICAD should link arms with China, other Asian nations, not US, UN

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MANILA, Philippines — The Inter-Agency Committee on Anti-Illegal Drugs (ICAD) should coordinate with international countries such as China and other Asian countries regarding the country’s crackdown against illegal drugs but not with United States and United Nations, Senate President Vicente Sotto III said on Saturday.
 
“Kaya nga isa sa trabaho ng ICAD is yung international linkages, hindi sa US, sa UN. Ang dapat na international linkages na inaasikaso natin sa China, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, iyan ang Taiwan,” Sotto said in an interview with DWIZ when asked if the ICAD should work with other countries for the anti-drug campaign.

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