Federal Police Commission, South Sudan National Police Service Agree To Prevent Terrorism, Arms Trafficking in Border Areas

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Federal Police Commission, South Sudan National Police Service  Agree To Prevent Terrorism, Arms Trafficking in Border Areas

The Ethiopia Federal Police Commission and South Sudan National Police Service have agreed to strengthen efforts based on the MoU and prevent terrorism and illegal arms trafficking in the border areas of the two countries.

Ethiopian Federal Police Commissioner General Demelash Gebremichael received and held discussion with police delegation from South Sudan led by Inspector General of South Sudan National Police Service Atem Marol today.

During the discussion, Commissioner General Demelash said that as per the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between the two sides, the Ethiopian Federal Police has provided supports to the South Sudan National Police Service in the past and will continue to share its successes and experiences gained through the reforms implemented over the years.

The two police institutions have also discussed on the implementation of the MoU.

The two sides have agreed to work together and prevent terrorism and illegal arms trafficking, especially in the border areas of the two countries.

To this effect, they have set up a technical team and set direction that senior police officers of the two countries meet and hold discussion soon in Gambela region, it was indicated.

Inspector General of South Sudan National Police Service Atem Marol said on his part that the Ethiopian Police University is providing various educational opportunities to South Sudanese young police officers and he added in this regard, the collaboration should continue.

The South Sudan National Police Service delegation visited Ethiopian Federal Police's EFP Citizen Engagement App launched this week by Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed.

 Source:ENA

 

 


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