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12 June 2015

United States streamlines travel for foreign officials traveling on INTERPOL business

LYON, France – The United States has become the latest country to streamline foreign officials’ travel on INTERPOL business to enhance international law enforcement cooperation.

The decision makes the US the 102nd member country to acknowledge the importance of establishing procedures for officials travelling on INTERPOL-related duties.

Launched in 2009, the INTERPOL Travel Document initiative enables the Organization to provide rapid assistance to its member countries by identifying its officials and facilitating their international travel.

Produced in collaboration with Entrust Datacard and Morpho Safran Group, the INTERPOL Travel Document is one of the world’s most secure travel documents, integrating sophisticated security features such as a 3D photo.