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Soldier selling PNG at Dubai expo – POST-COURIER

November 24 2021
PNG Defence Force officer Major Richard Selan is always on the go to assist PNG Expo Team at the Dubai World Expo 2020.

PNG Defence Force officer Major Richard Selan is always on the go to assist PNG Expo Team at the Dubai World Expo 2020.
Maj Selan is in charge of the movement of expo cargoes from Papua New Guinea to the United Arab Emirates and also from the expo warehouse to the PNG Pavilion.
Apart from his title as the logistics lead, Maj Selan is a pavilion staff, who is always at the PNG Pavilion talking to visitors and telling them about PNG.
“We are privileged to have a Papua New Guinea Defence Force officer as a team member and we are happy PNGDF is an expo partner as well apart from other government agencies who are working on the ground at the expo.
“The secondment of Maj Selan as the Expo Team’s logistics officer saw the involvement of the PNG Defence Force soldiers in assembling all PNG products at the PNG Defence Force’s Air Transport Wing at the Jackson International Airport before they were being shipped to Dubai in July,” PNG Expo team said.
PNG Expo team said the Expo 2020 is the first time in which the event was organised in a whole of government approach whereby different agencies were involved to present the different potentials of PNG to the world.
The team on the ground is being led by the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade and consists of officers from the Investment Promotion Authority, Tourism Promotion Authority, National Trade Office, Conservation and Environment Protection Authority, Department of Finance, PNG Defence Force and Department of Information and Communication Technology.
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