Addu City, Maldives – President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih today, during the inaugural ceremony of the National College of Policing and Law Enforcement, stated that he believes the establishment would result in improved police work and services.
Speaking at the ceremony, President Solih also stated that the project funded by the Indian government is a very generous offer by the country, and added that the Maldivian government and its people wholeheartedly accept the assistance. He also assured India that Maldives will make the best use of the college.
The education and trainings provided by this college with open Police’s eyes to democratic values, and more familiar with modern democratic values. And every officer will become someone who is capable and understands the sentiments of the publicPresident Ibrahim Mohamed Solih, 2022
President Solih further added that as Police officers of every country work to maintain peace and protection of the public, the newly opened college would have all necessary facilities to ensure such training.
“With God’s will, this college will pave the way to ensure the level of services expected by the public.” President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih.