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US-based firm seeks Fiji guards

In Uncategorized on August 6, 2008 at 8:35 am

26 JUL 2008

An international firm has expressed interest in recruiting security personal from Fiji, according to the Fiji Embassy in Washington.

A statement from the embassy said RONCO Consulting Corporation representatives – Paul Brown, Director, Canine Services, and Isaac Evans, Director, Security Services – have approached Charge d’ Affaires Peni Lomaloma on the matter.

This came as a result of the public diplomacy programmes organised by the Fiji Embassy in Washington.

“They want to explore the possibility of including some Fiji security personnel in their company data base for future deployments all over the world.”

The statement said that through their experience in Iraq, Brown and Evans were made aware of the skills of Fiji service personal serving there.

Fijians have served in international peace missions in various hot spots around the world and have been trained in overseas military academies at all levels of command.

Lomaloma said Fiji soldiers are highly trained and can fit in easily with the personnel, procedures and equipments of those they will be working with at RONSON.

The Fiji Embassy Washington is now working with RONSON on identifying suitable local security firms the company can liaise with on its request.…

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