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Morocco at the Interpol African Regional Conference

Morocco will take part in the 24th Interpol African Regional Conference to be held from 5-7 February in Kigali, Rwanda.

A number of security-related issues will be debated during this conference, including terrorism, human trafficking and environmental crime, Interpol says.

Founded in 1962, the Interpol African Regional Conference is held every two years to assess the state of police co-operation and the fight against transnational crime, as well as to develop new guidelines for police activities in the region in light of the priorities expressed by the police chiefs.

The recommendations presented by the Regional Conference are implemented at the level of each country in accordance with their own national regulations and procedures.

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