PH police attache eyed for Pinoys in UAE
The Philippine National Police is planning to have a permanent police attache in the United Arab Emirates to serve more than 700,000 overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) in the Middle Eastern country.
PNP chief General Rodolfo Azurin Jr. said opening such a post in UAE was in line with the government’s objective a having a “comprehensive, integrated program to address conflict and security against global security threats.”
Azurin said he had discussed the proposal with the country’s ambassador to the UAE, Alfonso Ver, when they met at the Philippine Embassy in Abu Dhabi on Monday.
They talked about “measures to protect the rights of Filipinos working in the UAE, addressing crime…
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