Libya participates in Interpol’s 7th MENA meeting

Libya participates in Interpol’s 7th MENA meeting

Libya’s Ministry of Interior actively participated in the 7th Interpol meeting for police chiefs in the Middle East and North Africa region, which took place in Lyon, France on November 2 and 3.

During the conference, crucial matters concerning border security, counterterrorism efforts, and the prevention of drug smuggling were extensively discussed. Additionally, the meeting aimed to explore potential areas where Interpol’s police initiatives could be further explored and implemented.

Leading the Libyan delegation to Interpol was Major General Abdel Wahed Abdel Samad, who holds the esteemed position of Director of the Interior Minister’s office. In his address, he shed light on the ministry’s comprehensive strategies to combat crime and emphasised their unwavering commitment to bolster the existing cooperative relations with the organisation.

Overall, Libya’s Ministry of Interior actively engaged in the Interpol meeting, demonstrating their dedication to addressing pressing security concerns and fostering collaboration with international partners.

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