Australian Attorney-General George Brandis will lead a team of officials visiting Indonesia this month to broaden intelligence and security relationships across Asia, the Middle East and Europe in efforts to combat the threat posed by Islamic State terrorists, The Australian reported, without saying where it got the information.

The delegation will also include Justice Minister Michael Keenan, Australian Security Intelligence Organisation director-general Duncan Lewis and Federal Police Commissioner Andrew Colvin, the newspaper said.

Since last month’s Paris terror attacks, Senator Brandis has traveled to India and will soon visit Jordan for counter-terrorism and diplomacy briefings, the Australian said.

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