Security Operations for foreign leaders’ visits underway – POST-COURIER

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The Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary and other security forces are at an advanced stage of implementing high-level security protection in the upcoming international visits.

Over the coming week, Papua New Guinea will receive the Foreign Minister of the People’s Republic of China, H.E. Wang Yi, and then the Prime Minister of Australia, Anthony Albanese.

The commissioner of police Mr. David Manning said; “Both of these leaders, the Foreign Minister of China and the Prime Minister of Australia, have successfully visited Papua New Guinea in the past.

“Ensuring the highest level of security with appropriate protocols in place is essential for bilateral discussions to proceed without distractions.

“These security arrangements can ensure that the visiting leaders and their delegations can engage in meetings, while also participating in the cultural experiences that promote PNG to the World.”

The commissioner also said in the coming days residents of Port Moresby will be experiencing roadblocks and high security presence but this would not stop the daily activities from proceeding.

‘’Where there are road moments for visiting dignitaries, the RPNGC will manage traffic flows to ensure less disruption.”

PNG does not face heightened current external or internal security threats relating to foreign dignitaries, but that does not mean the nation can be complacent.

The RPNGC and partner security agencies have an enviable track record of delivering a safe and secure environment to these important guests in Papua New Guinea.

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