Solomon Islands eager to see progress

Solomon Islands Deputy Commissioner Mr Walter Kola is greeted by Divisional Police Commander West SSP Salacieli Naivilawasa upon arrival in Nadi ahead of the 4th MSP Police Commissioner’s Conference.

The Solomon Islands Deputy Commissioner says he is eagerly looking forward to the 4th Melanesian Spearhead Group Police Commissioners’ Conference tomorrow.

Arriving into the country last night Deputy Commissioner Mr Walter Kola says they were looking forward to finalizing some vital issues that would benefit not only the Solomon Islands but the region as a whole.

The two day conference will be held tomorrow at the Tanoa International Hotel in Nadi and issues of discussion include the Formed Police Unit (FPU), Regional Police Academy (RPA) and the Department of Peace Keeping Operations (DPKO) initiatives.

The Deputy Commissioner says he is eager to see the progress of the initiatives discussed in previous meetings that will enable MSG countries to boost their ability to effectively respond to law and order situations in our region.

The PCC’s last annual meeting was in November 2012 in Papua New Guinea and this was followed by a Special Meeting in Vanuatu in May 2013.

Meanwhile Papua New Guinea’s Police Commissioner is expected to arrive this evening.


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