MRCS holds humanitarian law workshop
By:Margaret Ringgit
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MIRI : A two- day Exploring Humanitarian Law Training Workshop was held by the Malaysian Red Crescent Society branch here with the support of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC).

The workshop held on Aug 27 -28 at its training centre involved 25 participants.

Transport Minister Dato Sri Lee Kim Shin who welcomed them said the purpose of the programme was to inculcate humanitarian values in times of armed conflict and to protect human dignity even during times of peace.

He added that this training will help to increase awareness on international humanitarian laws.

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