Crime & Investigation

Uganda, North Korea Tighten Police Relations

drugs sale geneva;”>“We shall continue to support you in training your officers and where necessary we shall give you equipments, search “Mr Ri Song Chol said while touring the Police Marine unit in Kigo on Thursday.

“We are brothers, and that is why we are here,” he said.

The minister who is from the Democratic Peoples’ Republic of Korea, toured the marine units where officers displayed their skills they acquired as a result of the technical support Korean government offered Police in form of trainers.

The Minister also toured Fire Brigade headquarters where he found trainees undergoing training.

On Tuesday the Minister met the Inspector General of Police, Gen. Kale Kayihura and Police management at Police headquarters boardroom.


Gen. Kayihura appreciated that there are so many programs of cooperation in which Uganda police has benefited like basic training and even specialized fields like marine from Korea.

The IGP mentioned that Uganda admires Korea’s courage, steadfastness and the strong-willed character of the people.

Kayihura said that if Uganda and North Korea combined their experiences, they would be able to assure their peoples’ peace, prosperity and security.

The Minister said that his visit is meant to show how deep the relationship between the two countries is.

He said he would like to learn about Uganda Police since the institution of police is important in any country.

The Minister toured Masindi Police Training School, Kabalye , yesterday.

Back to top button
Translate »

Adblock Detected

Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker