French embassy awards certificates to police officers

French Embassy distributed certificates of completion of French language courses given to Nepal Police officers.

According to a press statement issued by the Embassy, the Alliance Française de Katmandou conducted 150 hours of French language courses to police officers with the support from the French government. “The courses were targeted to those officers who would be joining the UN peacekeeping mission in the near future. So far 31 Nepal Police officers have benefitted from these French courses,” the statement said.
The certificates were handed out by the French ambassador, Mrs. Martine Bassereau, in the presence of Assistant Inspector General of Nepal Police Rajendra Singh Bhandari of Nepal Police and visiting French Police Attaché from New Delhi Fabrice Grossir.

“We certainly hope that this will not be the end of the journey for those of you learning the French language but a wonderful beginning. We are sure that this would be very useful for those who would participate in the future UN Peacekeeping missions and also for your career,” said French Ambassador to Nepal Martine Bassereau on the occasion.

Source: Myrepublica