Turkish Embassy donates two 40ft containers ahead of OIC summit

Jun 19, 2020, 11:58 AM

Petroleum House, Brusubi, 18th June 2020 -As part of our ongoing resource mobilization and key project implementations in preparations for the hosting of the OIC Heads of State Summit in The Gambia in 2022, The Gambia O.I.C.

Secretariat a.k.a. Oicgambia has acquired significant logistical and technical support for The Gambia Police Force through the Embassy of the brotherly and friendly Republic of Turkey in The Gambia.

Consequently, the Turkish Embassy will formally hand over two sets of 40ft containers loaded with modern policing and other security apparatuses and gears to the high command of the Police. The security support will undoubtedly boost the capacity of the police and other security services in the effort to protect lives and properties across the country.

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