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More police officers to undergo training in China

March 26, 2019 9:32 am
Beijing College Dean Wang Li meets with the Police Commissioner Brigadier General Sitiveni Qiliho at the Police Headquarters in Suva [Source: Fiji Police]

54 police officers have undergone training and further studies at the Beijing Police University in China since 2013.

This is apart from trainings offered by China’s Ministry of Public Security at other affiliated institutions.

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This was highlighted to a six member delegation from the Beijing Police University during a courtesy visit to Police Commissioner Brigadier General Sitiveni Qiliho at the Police Headquarters in Suva yesterday.

Qiliho highlighted Fiji Police’s engagement with the Ministry of Public Security a very important one seeing China’s support to the Fijian government has been steadfast.


Beijing College Dean Wang Li [4th from left] and the delegates from the Beijing Police University with the Police Commissioner Brigadier General Sitiveni Qiliho [3rd from right] at the Police Headquarters in Suva during a courtesy visit [Source: Fiji Police]

Beijing College Dean Wang Li who is leading the delegation says they’re eager to discuss more areas of police cooperation and build a broader level of cooperation by having more Fijian police officers train at their institutions.

The delegation is in Fiji for a three-day visit and will hold discussions with the Fiji Police Training Division and will visit the Forensic and the Police Special Response Units.


Beijing College Dean Wang Li during a courtesy visit [Source: Fiji Police]

The partnership between the Fiji Police and the Ministry of Public Security was formalized in 2011 following the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding.

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