KUANTAN May 28 – A total of 25 out of 136 members of the Royal Malaysia Police (RMP) from Camp Southeast Brigade General Operations Force (GOF) were the last group to leave for East Timor today to participate in peacekeeping missions under the banner of the United Nations (UN) in the country for six months. The total, including a doctor and three medical assistants from the Malaysian Armed Forces (ATM) phased departure of the mission Mal-formed Police Unit (FPU) to the country.
Southeast Brigade Deputy Commander of Camp PGA, Assistant Commissioner Mohd. Kashim Mohd. Ram said the mission this time is to replace the Central Brigade team will return home after completing a six-month mission in Timor Leste.“The group is leaving in stages since early this month and the last on the day This is a total of 25 people including four soldiers, “he told reporters after the delivery of the Southeast Brigade was in camp here.
According to him, the last group will depart from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) in Sepang at about 4 am tomorrow. He said that all PGA members who are involved in the mission were selected through a stringent selection and they have been training for two months.
“The team will involved in the safety of residents and public order. In addition, they have also helped the local police there to enforce the law, “he said. He hopes the team can keep the good name of the country there and not do things against the law.