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Sunday 24 April 2016 | Published in Regional

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PAPUA NEW GUINEA – In the middle of a growing political crisis in Papua New Guinea surrounding the closing down of the anti-corruption branch of the PNG police force by the police commissioner, the police commissioner of Fiji has arrived for an official visit.

The full Royal PNG Police brass band was out in force as Brigadier General Sitivani Quiliho – the newly appointed Fijian Police Commissioner arrived in the country – in his first official visit to Papua New Guinea in his capacity as the Police Commissioner for the Fijian police force. Upon Arrival he was met by his PNG counterpart Police Commissioner Gari Baki along with a team from the Fijian High Commissioner with a guard of honour standing attention for the police commissioner.

“The purpose of the official visit by the Fijian police commissioner Sitivani Quiliho is so that we can exchange dialogue on outstanding issues,”PNG’s Commissioner Gari Baki said.

“We are privileged to have this visit from the newly appointed Police Commissioner from Fiji as he has chosen our country among the other MSG countries and Pacific countries to visit and we are pleased to have him.

Among the “outstanding issues” to be discussed is exchange of police personnel between the two countries,police tourism and other issues affecting Pacific countries under the MSG label.

- PNG Today