Pakistan offers assistance to train Maldivian police
Male: Pakistani Interior Minister Rehman Malik Tuesday met his Maldivian counterpart here and offered Islamabad`s assistance to train the country`s police force.
Malik offered help to Maldives in various sectors at a bilateral meeting with Maldivian Home Minister Jameel.
Talking to reporters, Malik said that his country would help in training the staff of Maldives Police Service both at Pakistan and at Maldives.
He also said Pakistan has proposed a complete Bio-metric system to be installed at one of the airports of Maldives for free.
On his part, Jameel said the two sides would further discuss the matter.
Malik is also scheduled to meet Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde Tuesday.
Speaking to News Agencies after meeting Jameel, Malik said he strongly condemns the terror activities which are happening throughout the world and calls for immediate halt to such activities.
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