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December 19, 2022, 03.36 PM

JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com – Indonesia stressed the importance of providing quality training for police peacekeepers from every country to maintain world peace during the closing ceremony of the United Nations Certified Instructor Development Course last week.

The event, which was hosted by the Indonesian National Police, aimed to prepare police instructors to provide specific training materials for police personnel who will be assigned to the United Nations peacekeeping missions, said a statement received by go.kompas.com.

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“We hope that the trainers will be able to provide quality training to prospective police peacekeepers in their respective countries,” said the head of the National Police’s international relations division Inspector General Krishna Murti in a statement read out by Senior Commissioner Priyo Waseso, acting bureau head of International Mission at the National Police’s international relations division.

He also expressed appreciation to the United Nations for trusting the Indonesian National Police to organizing the training.

“We hope the collaboration will continue in the future,” he added.

Police officers attending the United Nations Certified Instructor Development Course hosted by Indonesia from November 26 to December 16, 2022 in Tangerang, near Jakarta. The course saw the attendance of 25 police officers from eight countries comprising Indonesia, Vietnam, China, Thailand, Mongolia, Bangladesh, the Republic of Korea, and Nepal. DIVHUBINTER POLRI Police officers attending the United Nations Certified Instructor Development Course hosted by Indonesia from November 26 to December 16, 2022 in Tangerang, near Jakarta. The course saw the attendance of 25 police officers from eight countries comprising Indonesia, Vietnam, China, Thailand, Mongolia, Bangladesh, the Republic of Korea, and Nepal.

At the ceremony, course director Amod Gurung also extended his thanks to the Indonesian National Police for hosting the development course. He also expressed the hope that the participants could implement what they have gained during the training at the National Police International Mission Center in Serpong, Tangerang as they return to their respective countries.

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Some police officers from Thailand and Indonesia also lauded the smooth-running of the training, during which they established fruitful cooperation with other participants.

On hand to present the certificates to the instructors, participants, and organizing committee was the chief of Standing Police Capacity in the UN Ann Marie Orler, who was also the guest of honor at the event.

The course saw the attendance of 25 police officers from eight countries from Nov. 26 to Dec. 16 in Tangerang, near the country’s capital of Jakarta. The eight countries comprised Indonesia, Vietnam, China, Thailand, Mongolia, Bangladesh, the Republic of Korea, and Nepal.

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