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Commissioner thanks PNG contingent as they ready to leave on March 4

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An informal discussion before the farewell ceremony 1

Commissioner of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) Mr Mostyn Mangau has thanked the Papua New Guinea (PNG) contingent for the great support to RSIPF during a small farewell ceremony at Rove Police Headquarters on 1 March 2022.

Mr Mangau says, “Your team’s contribution and support to RSIPF is highly commended. Especially during the unrest on November 2021.”

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Chief of Staff (CoS) for the Solomons’ International Assistance Force (SIAF) Superintendent Sam Elmaghraby shared the same sentiment by acknowledging the PNG Contingent commander for the great support rendered to RSIPF by his team.”   

Superintendent Elmaghraby says, “Whilst deployed under your own bi-lateral security treaty, the cooperation and support to the SIAF through coordination of patrols and resources, truly demonstrated the valued partnership of the Pacific Policing Family. On behalf of DC-SIAF Paul Osborne, I sincerely thank you and your contingent for their efforts.”

During the farewell ceremony the PNG Contingent Commander, Assistant Commissioner (AC) Mr PEROU N’DRANNOU says, “…on behalf of the PNG contingent, I wish to thank you for the leadership during the PNG contingent deployments in this mission.”

AC N’DRANNOU says, “This thank you is also extended to all members of the Pacific forces that makes up the SIAF and especially all members of the RSIPF that PNG contingent had worked alongside daily.”

Commissioner Mangau presented the PNG contingent commander with the International Law Enforcement Cooperation Medal and an RSIPF plaque as a show of appreciation for the service. CoS-SIAF presented an AFP plaque of cooperation and appreciation. 


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