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MSG police chiefs to meet

Avinesh Gopal
Sunday, March 16, 2014

A MEETING of police commissioners from Melanesian countries which starts tomorrow will discuss the enhancement of regional security co-operation arrangements.

A police statement said other issues expected to be discussed at the two-day conference include:

* Formed Police Unit;

* Regional Police Academy; and

* Department of Peace Keeping Operations.

Vanuatu's police commissioner Arthur Edmanley and his delegation arrived in the country yesterday for the fourth Melanesian Spearhead Group Police Commissioners Conference.

The police commissioners from Solomon Islands and Papua New Guinea were expected to arrive last night for the conference which will be held at the Tanoa International Hotel in Nadi.

The last annual meeting of the MSG police commissioners was held in PNG in November 2012 followed by a special meeting in Vanuatu in May 2013.








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