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The BCDA and the Army have increased security in New Clark City.

PAMPANGA CITY OF SAN FERNANDO – The Philippine Army’s 7th Infantry (Kaugnay) Division and the Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA) have teamed up to improve security collaboration in the 9,450-hectare New Clark City in Capas, Tarlac.

The partnership agreement was signed on Wednesday by Maj. Gen. Andrew D. Costelo, commander of the Philippine Army’s 7th Infantry Division, and Lawyer Aristotle B. Batuhan, officer-in-charge, president, and chief executive officer of BCDA, for the augmentation of military troops to help ensure continuous and unhindered development within the metropolis.

The Citizens Armed Forces Geographical Unit Active Auxiliary Company II (CAA-II) of the 7ID is helping to secure New Clark City.

The 7ID has played an important role in maintaining peace in Central and Northern Luzon, successfully weakening insurgency within its areas of responsibility, which include the provinces of Tarlac, Bulacan, Bataan, Nueva Ecija, Pampanga, Zambales, and Aurora.

The importance of Build, Build, Build projects in boosting economic activity in the region, according to Costelo.

“As community peacekeepers, we are responsible for the security and protection of these critical infrastructures. We can accomplish more if we all work together to serve the Filipino people “In a statement, Costelo stated.

The National Government Administrative Center (NGAC), the country’s backup government operations center, and world-class sports facilities, where the 2019 South East Asian Games were hosted, are among the essential infrastructures of New Clark City.

For his part, Batuhan credited the 7ID’s CAA-II with consistently enhancing the metropolis’ security demands.

“While we acknowledge the presence of rebels in our country, we value your company’s dependability and strength in providing the required peaceful force to keep this project on track,” he remarked.

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