The Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands (RAMSI) together with Government officials will embark on a community outreach program throughout the to explain the final elements of RAMSI’s draw-down and Government preparations for RAMSI’s departure during the final 11 months of the mission.
RAMSI’s Special Coordinator Quinton Devlin revealed in an interview.
Mr. Devlin said talks will include RAMSI’s departure, the Government’s preparations and the readiness of the Royal Solomon Islands Police to take up the responsibility to ensure the country is safe and secure when the Mission concludes June next year.
“One of the key things they are going to be doing over the next couple of months is actually working with the Solomon Islands Government in going around the country with officials to talk about RAMSI’s departure, what it means, talk about the Solomon Islands Government’s preparation after RAMSI’s departure and the readiness of the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force to take responsiblity after RAMSI leaves.”
RAMSI marked its 13th and final anniversary yesterday at Afio, Small Malaita before the Mission ends next year.