"I think the communication between our two [intelligence] agencies has been opened for different areas of cooperation," he said.
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He said the court order seeking to prevent the president from leaving South Africa "has nothing to do with the reality on the ground there" and "until now things are normal and there is no threat to the life of the president of the republic."
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