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Chinese Donation Boosts Police Operations

Ambassador also warned own against committing crimes We will not tolerate any transnational crimes says Chinese Ambassador to Fiji Zhang Ping. He made this remark during the handover ceremony of
11 Aug 2017 11:00
Chinese Donation Boosts Police Operations
From left: A Chinese Police Officer, Chief Operations Officer Assistant Commissioner of Police Rusiate Tudravu, Police Commissioner, Brigadier-General Sitiveni Qiliho, and Police Director Traffic, Senior Superintendent Mahesh Mishra inside the traffic command vehicle. Photo: Police Media Cell

Ambassador also warned own against committing crimes

We will not tolerate any transnational crimes says Chinese Ambassador to Fiji Zhang Ping.

He made this remark during the handover ceremony of equipment from the People’s Republic of China to the Fiji Police Force at the Police Special Response Unit in Nasinu yesterday.

Mr Zhang said no matter where the crime was committed, who committed it or who was targeted, they would be dealt with severely.

“The successful collaboration between our two law enforcement authorities demonstrates a firm commitment and resolve of both our governments to maintaining law and order in our respective countries, and the strong ability in protecting the safety and security of our people,” Mr Zhang said.

“The recent joint operation undertaken by our two countries’ Police forces had resulted in successfully cracking down on the telecom and online fraud gang involving 77 Chinese nationals.

“The increased exchange also promoted the close co-ordination and co-operation between our two law enforcement forces.

“It further enhanced the ability of our law enforcement forces in crime prevention, detection and investigation,” Mr Zhang said.

Police Commissioner Brigadier-General Sitiveni Qiliho said the recent removal of 77 Chinese nationals showed how vital a partnership in the work of law enforcement was.

“Distance and locality was never a hindrance to our ability to work together and conduct the joint operation as we have been able to forge a solid working relationship over the years.

“By understanding needs of both nations we were able to conduct the operation successfully,” Brigadier-General Qiliho said.

Edited by Caroline Ratucadra

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