Military police training resumed

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Lt. Col. Petros and Simin, Commander of the Military Police Corps.

The Military Police Corps (KMP) in Suriname resumed basic military police training at the beginning of this month. Lt. Col. Petros and Simin, the KMP commander, says the resumption of this training was necessary due to a staff shortage.

There were good discussions with the Minister of Defense of Suriname as well as within the Defense Council. In the end, we received the green light from the minister to start training on October 4, and that’s what happened now, ”said the KMP commander.

There is a lot of enthusiasm for training as a KMP member. 62 people participate in this training. Superior Wasimin aims for this group to be sworn in after completing this training in February 2022.

Due to the epidemic, it was not possible to train in the last period. Now that it has finally resumed, hopefully everything will go smoothly and there will be no more interruptions.

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