UAE takes part in Interpol’s anti-human trafficking training in Spain

ABU DHABI — The UAE Ministry of Interior has participated in an international training course conducted in Madrid, Spain by the International Criminal Police Organisation, Interpol, to enhance the capacity of police forces of participating states in combating human trafficking in North Africa.

During the training, Col. Hamad Rashid Al Zaabi, Deputy-Director of Federal Investigation Department at the UAE Ministry of Interior, presented a working paper showcasing the efforts and experience of the UAE in detecting and combating human trafficking crimes and protecting all segments of society.

Representatives of police departments of Spain, France, Tunisia, Algeria, Libya, Morocco and other countries also took part in the training.

Source: Emirates News Agency

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UAE takes part in Interpol’s anti-human trafficking training in Spain

ABU DHABI — The UAE Ministry of Interior has participated in an international training course conducted in Madrid, Spain by the International Criminal Police Organisation, Interpol, to enhance the capacity of police forces of participating states in combating human trafficking in North Africa.

During the training, Col. Hamad Rashid Al Zaabi, Deputy-Director of Federal Investigation Department at the UAE Ministry of Interior, presented a working paper showcasing the efforts and experience of the UAE in detecting and combating human trafficking crimes and protecting all segments of society.

Representatives of police departments of Spain, France, Tunisia, Algeria, Libya, Morocco and other countries also took part in the training.

Source: Emirates News Agency

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