Eight crimes targeted by Fiji-Indonesia police
July 19, 2016 5:35 am
The Indonesian National Police hopes to work with our Fiji Police Force to target eight organized transnational crimes.
The crimes range from Narcotics, terrorism, human trafficking, people smuggling, economic crime, cyber crime, environment crime and maritime.
Indonesia’s Head of International Mission Bureau, Brig. Gen Johni Asadoma says they’re willing to cooperate and support Fiji to combat these problems.
“In this globalization era there’s no country that can fight transnational organized crimes alone. We need to co-operate to support our countries and support the security of the region.”
Fiji’s police chief, Brigadier General Sitiveni Qiliho says they hope the collaboration between the two nations will grow to be stronger and beneficial.
The outcome of the meeting today will pave the way forward for the extension of the existing MOU of cooperation between the two forces.