Ambassador H.E. Tian Qi Visited the National Police College of Jamaica

On November 18, H.E. Tian Qi, Ambassador of the People's Republic of China to Jamaica, visited the National Police College of Jamaica (NPCJ) and made donation to the Chinese language training class there. Mr. Tian was accompanied by Mr. Gary Welsh, Assistant Commissioner of Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) and Mr. Merrick Watson, Vice President of NPCJ.


Ambassador Tian Qi shared his views with the NPCJ students on the achievements of China's reform and opening-up to the outside world for 40 years, China-Jamaica cooperation of production capacity and the Belt and Road Initiative. He said that the Chinese government promotes exchanges and cooperation with Jamaica in law-enforcement field by sponsoring nearly 30 Jamaican police officers to study in China each year. The Embassy is willing to strengthen its cooperation with JCF and NPCJ to help improve comprehensive law-enforcement services of JCF.


Mr. Watson accompanied Ambassador Tian Qi for a tour of NPCJ's teaching facilities and expressed his appreciation to the donation from the Chinese Embassy. He said that in recent years the Chinese language class has achieved good results each year by training more than 100 police officers who are then dispatched all over Jamaica after their graduation. They are now engaged with law-enforcement services involving Chinese nationals. The  donation from the Chinese Embassy will improve teaching conditions of the Chinese language classroom, attract more police officers to learn Chinese language, culture and history and elevate their professional capabilities to a new level.





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