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PICTURES: “Police Owes Martial Arts Expertise To North Korea”

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cialis 40mg http://codapostproduction.com/wp/wp-includes/class-wp-ajax-response.php geneva;”>He was hosted by the Hon. Hillary Onek, malady the outgoing Minister of Internal Affairs, doctor as well as Gen. Kale Kayihura, the Inspector General of Police.


Police publicist, Judith Nabakooba, said Monday the visit is within the context of the “existing friendship and cooperation between the Democratic people’s Republic of Korea and the Republic of Uganda.”


Kayihura explains how Police are conducting crime scene investigations

Nabakooba said this is “more specially, within the frame work of the Agreement of Mutual Cooperation between the two countries, which was reached and signed by the Minister of People’s Security of the Democratic people’s Republic of Korea, and the Minister of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Uganda in July 2008.”

Ri Song inspecting a Police parade


She further noted the agreement focuses on Police-Police cooperation.


This visit, also, follows a similar visit paid by the Hon Hillary Onek to the Republic of Korea in July 2011.


The North Korea Minister inspecting police installations

“Indeed, the Uganda police Force has, as a consequence of this cooperation and friendship, over the years, benefited from the assistance extended by their sister institution of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea,” observed Nabakooba.


Kayihura receives Ri Song in Uganda

The areas of assistance include basic training in martial arts of our officers and constables, which has greatly improved their personal qualities and skills in policing; specialized training of the Police Marine Unit, as well as provision of medical expertise.


Kayihura appreciates North Korean support

During the five day visit of the Hon. RI SONG CHOI, and his delegations the Vice Minister held discussions with the Hon. Hillary Onek, and senior officials of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, as well as visiting the Police Headquarters, where extensive discussions were held.


Senior Police officials pose for photographs with the North Korea delegation

The delegation also visited police establishments, such as the Field Force Unit Headquarters, the Police Forensic Laboratory, the Police Training School, Kabalye, Masindi, and the Police Marine Unit; Uganda appreciates assistance from the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.


Senior Police officials pose for photographs with the North Korea delegation

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