The Papua New Guinea Government will makes security a priority for world leaders attending the APEC Summit in 2018.
A security meeting was conducted in Port Moresby yesterday to ensure logistical planning and the transport system is perfected.
This is the 8th security meeting between members of the diplomatic corps, military partners and other Law Enforcing Agencies.
These meetings will provide intelligence on how to provide escort and the transportation of the world leaders and their delegation to the meeting venues.
Since 2016, members of the three disciplinary forces have commenced numerous trainings in their area of specialities.
Commissioner of the Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary, Gari Baki is heading this special operation and continuous support from the PNG Defence Force Commander and the Correctional Service Commissioner.
The previous seven security meetings also held in Port Moresby were to identify areas where security will be focused on.
There was also areas of appropriate security techniques that members of both PNG and Australian disciplinary officers are supposed to conduct.
The meeting ended with a tour of the APEC House.