Pakistan’s Punjab Police is all set to Train the Iraqi Police force in order to enhance their efficiency and combat skills.
On Thursday Inspector General of Police, (IGP) Punjab Dr. Usman Anwar met a three-member Iraqi police delegation at the Central Police Office. According to reports and IG Punjab Police showed his full cooperation in the training of the Iraqi police to increase its efficiency.
The visiting Iraqi delegation is led by Lieutenant General Inspector Abdel Khaleeq Badri including Major Muhammad Raheem and Major Zaidoun Yassin Hadi.
The Iraqi Police delegation was briefed about the training curriculum of the Punjab police and the preparation of police uniforms. During the meeting Issues of mutual interest including professional training and the capacity of the police force also came under discussion.
The IGP directed the Additional IGP Training to share recruitment courses, capacity-building programs, and other training courses of the police force with the Iraqi delegation.
IG Punjab lauded Police and said the Punjab police were engaged in providing services to citizens along with protection of life and property of the citizens as well as traffic management, and security of sensitive places and foreigners.
The IGP Punjab emphasized sharing the extensive experience of Punjab police with Iraqi police and also imparting their expertise & knowledge about the latest skills in the field of training.
IG Punjab Police also issues a directive to DIG Logistics to fully support the Iraqi police officers in the selection, purchase, and design of clothes for the uniforms so that the best uniforms may be available according to meet the needs of Iraqi police. The Iraqi delegation head thanked IGP Punjab for the cooperation regarding training and uniforms.
The IGP also presented commemorative souvenirs of the Punjab police to the head of the Iraqi delegation.