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MANAMA: Bahrain has been - and will remain - an oasis of security and stability, the Premier declared yesterday. "There is no room for compromise when it comes to security of the homeland," he said.

He slammed violence, dismissing such acts of sabotage as being against religion, ethics and human principles.

"It is through security and stability, not sabotage, that the nation can progress," said His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa.

He was patronising the graduation of the fifth batch of students of the Royal Academy of Police.

He was welcomed on arrival by Interior Minister Lieutenant General Shaikh Rashid bin Abdulla Al Khalifa and senior officials.

The Premier underlined the government's efforts to maintain stability by training qualified personnel to protect security, taking into account human rights and public liberties.

He congratulated the 85 new graduates who will join their colleagues in protecting Bahrain's security and stability, hailing their discipline, competence and abnegation.

He paid tribute to the security forces for their hard work, dedication and bravery in performing their patriotic duties.

"Your sacrifices are remarkable lessons in loyalty, devotion, altruism and allegiance to the nation," he said.

He pointed out that the security personnel's outstanding skills and advanced competence testify to the endevaours of the government, represented by the Interior Ministry, to keep abreast of the latest developments in police sciences in order to build a modern police force.

They will be capable of providing the security and stability requirements of the nation, through application of hi-tech systems and well-studied scientific plans.

In his address, the Interior Minister said the Premier's patronage and support will motivate the ministry to exert more efforts in safeguarding national achievements in accordance with laws and regulations, as well as the principles outlined in the Constitution and the National Action Charter - the pillars of His Majesty King Hamad's pioneering reform project.

The academy commander stressed the importance of promoting human resources to overcome present and future challenges.

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Publication:Gulf Daily News (Manama, Bahrain)
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Date:Jan 4, 2013
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