ADB high level meeting beneficial to Fiji; ACP Qiolevu
April 30, 2019 8:09 am
The success of the 52nd Annual Board of Governors meeting for the Asian Development Bank is expected to benefit Fiji in the long run.
Speaking to the police officers deployed to provide security for the duration of the meeting, Chief of Operations and Assistant Police Commissioner, Maretino Qiolevu says it will not be an easy task with more than 3000 delegates expected.
ACP Qiolevu stressed to the officers on the eve of the meeting that they must ensure that security is run like a well-oiled machine with the high level meeting expected to garner global attention.
“Generations of Fijians stand to benefit from the success of these meetings where critical issues facing the people of Asia and the Pacific will be discussed at the meeting considered to be the largest gathering for the ADB.”
More than 400 police officers have been deployed to oversee the safety and logistics of the delegates attending the ADB meeting.
The ADB meeting begins tomorrow, concluding on Sunday and will be held on Denarau Island in Nadi.