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Police to share experience

Ana Madigibuli
Thursday, March 27, 2014

THE Indonesia National Police can always share their experience with Fiji in the war against drugs, says Indonesian ambassador to Fiji Gary Rachman.

Mr Rachman highlighted this during his courtesy visit to acting Commissioner of Police Ravi Narayan and senior staff at the Fiji Police headquarters in Suva yesterday while referring to the recent drug bust in the Western Division.

He said enforcement agencies had to stay ahead of the innovative ways drugs were being made and transported. Mr Narayan said the they were excited at the prospects of learning and working with Indonesia under the terms of agreement.


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