The Royal St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force (RSVGPF) Traffic Branch now has two new additional motorcycles to patrol the country’s roads.

On Thursday, Taiwan Ambassador Calvin C.H. Ho handed over the two white Yamaha (900CC) motorcycles to Commissioner of Police, Colin John at Police Headquarter.

The motorcycles were manufactured in 2020.

This donation is in addition the fleet of motor vehicles which the Republic of China (On Taiwan) handed to the RSVGPF on July 16, 2019 during the official visit to SVG by President of Taiwan, Tsai Ing-wen

Present at the handing over ceremony were: Deputy Commissioner of Police, Frankie Joseph, Assistant Commissioner of Police, Richard Browne, Head of the Traffic Branch, Superintendent of Police, Kenneth John and other senior officers and ranks of the RSVGPF.

“On behalf the RSVGPF and by extension, the people of SVG, the Commissioner of Police profoundly thanks the government and people of the Republic of China (on Taiwan) for their generous donation,” a press release said.

4 replies on “Taiwan donates 2 motorcycles to SVG police”

  1. After near on twenty years in governing office and now looking for yet another five, the grossly economic incompetent administration in St Vincent and the Grenadines, despite all of its international begging ranks as the 4th poorest nation in the Caribbean. Where then is all of that boasting of prosperity for us all gone? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kAvs4AphduI

    If only people could eat words, see how rich Vincentians would be and never having to beg so much nor grin for hand-outs?

  2. Nathan Jolly Green says:

    Ask fatty about the two antique motorcycle’s given him via the Taiwanese ambassador, where are they and did he declare this massively valuable personal gift?

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