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December 17, 2016

The Daily Star- General Security launches code of conduct blog, December 17 , 2016

BEIRUT: Representing the directorate-general of General Security, Maj. Gen. Abbas Ibrahim launched the “General Security Codes of Conduct Blog” Friday. The platform aims to monitor “systems of values and regulations” for soldiers, with the aim of improving General Security’s legitimacy. According to the state-run National News Agency, the initiative was coordinated with the help of the United Nations. Sigrid Kaag, U.N. special coordinator for Lebanon, also spoke at the event. “The blog is not an objective so much as it is a tool that helps reach the objective,” Kaag said. According to an NNA report, the initiative was the U.N.’s first partnership with General Security in reforming the security sector.

Source & Link : The Daily Star

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