Qatar delegation meets with senior INTERPOL officials to identify areas for enhanced cooperation

17 February 2014

LYON, France – A delegation from Qatar, headed by Major General Abdulla Yousif Al-Mal, special advisor to the Prime Minister and Minister of Interior of Qatar, has met with INTERPOL Secretary General Ronald K. Noble and other senior officials to discuss areas for enhanced collaboration.

The delegation was also updated on the initiative announced in 2012 for INTERPOL to support the safety and security of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.  
Discussions included a proposed cooperation agreement between INTERPOL and the Qatari Police Academy.
Major General Abdulla Yousif Al-Mal, special advisor to the Prime Minister and Minister of Interior of Qatar and Head of the National Central Bureau in Doha, Brigadier Khalifa Al-Nasr (left).
A delegation from Qatar, headed by Major General Abdulla Yousif Al-Mal (centre), special advisor to the Prime Minister and Minister of Interior of Qatar met with INTERPOL officials including Executive Director of Police Services Jean-Michel Louboutin (second from right).
Major General Abdulla Yousif Al-Mal (left), special advisor to the Prime Minister and Minister of Interior of Qatar met with INTERPOL Secretary General Ronald K. Noble at the world police body’s General Secretariat headquarters.
The delegation from Qatar was updated on INTERPOL’s global tools, services and support provided to its 190 member countries in combating organized crime, terrorism, financial crimes and cybercrime.
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Discussions included a proposed cooperation agreement between INTERPOL and the Qatari Police Academy, with the visitors also updated on the initiative announced in 2012 for INTERPOL to support the safety and security of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

The delegation, which included the Head of the National Central Bureau in Doha, Brigadier Khalifa Al-Nasr, was also given a general overview of INTERPOL’s global tools, services and support provided to its 190 member countries in combating organized crime, terrorism, financial crimes and cybercrime.