PS Omollo, Japanese Amb Ken Okaniwa Discuss Strategies to improve Public Security

In strengthening the management of public security in Kenya, PS Raymond Omollo recently held a meeting with Japan’s ambassador to Kenya, H.E. Ken Okaniwa. The meeting highlighted the continuous support and collaboration between the two countries in various areas, including border control, maritime security, and disaster management.

Enhancing operations against illegal activities

Japan has proven to be one of Kenya’s most reliable partners in the fight against illegal activities, particularly unreported and unregulated fishing. To bolster the efforts of the Kenya Coast Guard Service, Japan has provided 17 vessels, enabling more effective operations against these unlawful practices.

Improving airport security and cross-border movement

The Japanese government has also played a crucial role in enhancing security measures at key entry points in Kenya. They supported the installation of facial recognition technology at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA), ensuring enhanced surveillance and identification capabilities. Additionally, their assistance in operationalizing the Busia Border Post has facilitated smooth cross-border movement of goods and people.

Pursuing collaboration in good practices

During the meeting, both parties expressed their commitment to further collaboration in implementing good practices. One of Kenya’s top priorities is the implementation of Integrated Border Management as a long-term strategy to enhance border security. This approach aims to streamline and coordinate various agencies involved in border control, ensuring efficient and effective management.

A strong partnership for a secure future

The meeting between PS Raymond Omollo and Japan’s ambassador to Kenya, H.E. Ken Okaniwa, highlights the strong partnership between the two countries in managing public security. Japan’s continuous support in areas such as border control, maritime security, and disaster management has proven invaluable to Kenya’s efforts in maintaining law and order.

As both countries pursue further collaboration in the application of good practices, the implementation of Integrated Border Management stands out as a key priority for Kenya. With Japan’s expertise and assistance, Kenya aims to enhance its border security measures, ensuring the safety and well-being of its citizens.

PS Omollo, Japanese Amb Ken Okaniwa Discuss Strategies to improve Public Security

In strengthening the management of public security in Kenya, PS Raymond Omollo recently held a meeting with Japan’s ambassador to Kenya, H.E. Ken Okaniwa. The meeting highlighted the continuous support and collaboration between the two countries in various areas, including border control, maritime security, and disaster management.

Enhancing operations against illegal activities

Japan has proven to be one of Kenya’s most reliable partners in the fight against illegal activities, particularly unreported and unregulated fishing. To bolster the efforts of the Kenya Coast Guard Service, Japan has provided 17 vessels, enabling more effective operations against these unlawful practices.

Improving airport security and cross-border movement

The Japanese government has also played a crucial role in enhancing security measures at key entry points in Kenya. They supported the installation of facial recognition technology at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA), ensuring enhanced surveillance and identification capabilities. Additionally, their assistance in operationalizing the Busia Border Post has facilitated smooth cross-border movement of goods and people.

Pursuing collaboration in good practices

During the meeting, both parties expressed their commitment to further collaboration in implementing good practices. One of Kenya’s top priorities is the implementation of Integrated Border Management as a long-term strategy to enhance border security. This approach aims to streamline and coordinate various agencies involved in border control, ensuring efficient and effective management.

A strong partnership for a secure future

The meeting between PS Raymond Omollo and Japan’s ambassador to Kenya, H.E. Ken Okaniwa, highlights the strong partnership between the two countries in managing public security. Japan’s continuous support in areas such as border control, maritime security, and disaster management has proven invaluable to Kenya’s efforts in maintaining law and order.

As both countries pursue further collaboration in the application of good practices, the implementation of Integrated Border Management stands out as a key priority for Kenya. With Japan’s expertise and assistance, Kenya aims to enhance its border security measures, ensuring the safety and well-being of its citizens.

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