RAMSI Assistant Special Coordinator hold talks with North Malaita leaders
Mr Lomaloma said his visit was an indication of how seriously RAMSI took the issue that arose after Tongan soldiers were alleged to have assaulted youths from Manakwai.
He said the visit was to enable him to personally meet with the community and hear what they had to say.
He told the community that RAMSI was sorry for whatever had occurred and asked for their forgiveness.
Mr Lomaloma said he was touched when the community in turn apologised to RAMSI.
The RAMSI Assistant Special Coordinator said he had promised the community that he would report back to them on any action taken by RAMSI in relation to the incident.
Mr Lomaloma traveled to Malaita with the Government’s Special Envoy on RAMSI, Michael Maina, a research officer from the Prime Minister’s Office, Chris Waiwori and RAMSI’s Community Outreach officer, Chris Tarohimae.