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January 25, 2022

Task Force Sweep and AFP Signs MOU

An important Memorandum of Understanding was signed between Task Force Sweep andthe Australian Federal Police last night atthe residence ofthe Australian High Commissioner tPNG, Deborah Stokes.

The MOU is significant tothe fight againstthe high level of cross-border crimes committed overthe past years by Papua New Guineas and Australia’s.


The signing ofthe MOU was well-attended by members ofthe Australian Federal Police, Police Commissioner Tom Kulunga, Government representatives, Task Force Sweep officers and stakeholders.


Chairman of Task Force Sweep, Sam Koim, and Assistant Commissioner ofthe Australian Federal Police, Ramsi Jabbour, signedthe MOU.


Mr. Koim said withthe current status gthered by Task Force Sweep, many assets and money have been transferred to Australia and ther known countries.


Mr. Jabbour added thatthe MOU will go a long way aPNG and Australia will hold hands to eradicate corruption and protecPNG’s future.


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