UAE News Agency
The 87th session of the Interpol General Assembly, currently hosted by Dubai, will include 50 sessions for the review of cross-border crime, complex terrorist offenses, threats to crimes affecting countries and preparations for confrontations, the Interpol General Assembly and the Police Police Headquarters. . With the participation of 1,300 participants from 192 countries, including 40 ministers and 85 police leaders from around the world.
This was announced at a press conference today in Dubai to announce the event details in the presence of: General General Abdullah Khalifa Al-Marri, Chief Executive Officer of Dubai Police, Secretary General Jurgen Stuck and Secretary General Khalil Ibrahim Al Mansouri, Deputy Commander for Criminal Investigation.
"This is the first time a city in the Middle East has hosted a large scale business of this magnitude and this importance and prestige in security and police work.
Al-Marri expressed his thanks to HH General Sheikh Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister for his continued support and support for holding this important event in Dubai, pointing out that the meetings of the General Assembly will discuss current security challenges. A unified vision in the fight against terrorism and cross-border organized crime through the exchange of experience and safety information to ensure the security and stability of our societies to ensure a sure future for future generations.
"The 87th session of the General Assembly is one of the most important meetings of INTERPOL, the most important Polish event in the world this year. We are pleased to be here in UAE. Al Marri, commander of Dubai Police for the exceptional organization of the event.
He said Dubai is the ideal host of the General Assembly of the Year, which will be one of the biggest meetings in our history to discuss the complex terrorist offenses and the threats of crime affecting all of us, preparing for future challenges and highlighting the benefits of international police cooperation .
Mr Stok noted that INTERPOL's databases contain 93 million records, which are reviewed 200 times per second. This is just a snapshot of the activities in our 192 member states, as well as the many regional and global coordinated operations that focus on all forms of crime.
He pointed out that there is an opportunity to increase the number of members of the General Assembly in Interpol this year if the Assembly approved the proposals to be submitted to them, indicating that the Interpol General Assembly will elect a new president together with other members on the last day of the event .
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