BY JENNIFER KUSAPA
THE Royal Solomon Islands Police Force will be commissioning three RSIPF officers for UN deployment to Sudan today.
This is the third deployment of RSIPF officers to the United Nations Peacekeeping Mission in Darfur, Sudan.
According to the Police Media unit a parade will be held at the Rove Police Headquarter today for the official commissioning of the officers.
The RSIPF has been deployed to the UN Missions since 2016, and that programme has been very successful since 2016.
Last year the former Prime Minister during his address to the United Nations General Assembly said that Solomon Islands is a country recipient of regional assistance through RAMSI, and the officers from the RSPIF is a way of contributing back into the global community for the assistance received.
And again the sending of another three officers this year speaks well of the professionalism RSIPF officers perform their duties in Darfur.
Minister and Government representatives will be attending the ceremony today.