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  1. Strengthen intelligence gathering and analysis:
    1. International: Build communication channels with important allies and share intelligence. Stay up to date with the latest global trends and coordinate departmental efforts to exchange and share counter-terrorism intelligence with other nations.
    2. Domestic: Coordinate national security units to extend intelligence-based activities and improve early warning capabilities. Once intelligence on terrorist activities, major man-made hazards, or security breaches is received, relevant agencies must ensure mutual notification and respond in a coordinated manner to enhance emergency response effectiveness.
  2. Strengthen control and prevention measures:

    Supervise the National Immigration Agency’s efforts to bolster border control through the “Homeland Security Policy Committee” and related coordination meetings; supervise the Ministry of Economic Affairs, the Customs Administration of the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of the Interior, and the Ministry of Health and Welfare in enhancing control of goods that may be used for terrorist attacks; and supervise the Ministry of Justice and Financial Supervisory Commission in cutting off funding sources for terrorist groups.

  3. Establish IHR core capabilities at seven ports and harbors:

    In line with World Health Organization (WHO) standards, Taiwan has established International Health Regulations (IHR) core capabilities at seven of its international ports and harbors, which handle more than 95 percent of the passengers and cargo entering and exiting Taiwan. By strengthening health and sanitation education at border exits, border entry inspections and quarantines, plague monitoring and public safety response capabilities, Taiwan is capable of effectively meeting all kinds of public health threats arising from international travel, thus preventing viruses from entering the border or spreading to other countries.

  4. Preventing new types of extreme violence and terrorist attacks
    1. Strengthen the control and monitoring of materials that can be used for various terrorist attacks, including drones, firearms, drugs, radioactive materials, explosive materials (CBRNE), and other hazardous substances.
    2. Set up a working group to study the latest approach of prevention and response to extreme violence and terrorist attacks.
  5. Creating a friendly culture:

    With the vision of "constructing security, harmony, diversity, tolerance, and a beautiful homeland", we will educate our citizens to respect pluralism, uphold equality, and act against discrimination. These values will help lead a socially friendly environment where social harmony can be promoted, and radicalization of violent extremism be prevented.