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Ethiopian police chief arrives in Juba for security talks

Ethiopian police chief General Demelash speaking to reporters following arrival in Juba [Photo via police service page]

Police says visits aims at discussing bilateral issues in respect to border security and information sharing between the country’s law enforcement agencies.

JUBA – The Ethiopian police chief General Demelash has arrived in South Sudan’s capital Juba upon invitation of his South Sudanese counterpart General Majak Akec Malok, according to a police statement.

According to the South Sudan police statement, the two men will discuss bilateral issues in respect to border security and information sharing between the country’s law enforcement agencies.

“Ethiopian Federal police commission Commissioner General Demelash Gebremicheal and his accompanying Delegations are in Juba upon invitation by Inspector General of police Gen Majak Akec Malok of South Sudan National Police Service,” the police said in a statement seen by Sudans Post.

“While in Juba they two police chiefs will discuss areas of cooperation between the two countries such as cross border issues, sharing of information and training of police officers in both countries,” the brief statement added.

Via Sudans Post

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