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13 September 2018

INTERPOL and Serbian Presidents discuss enhanced cooperation in combating crime

BELGRADE, Serbia - Enhancing cooperation in combating all forms of transnational crime was the focus of a series of meetings between INTERPOL President Meng Hongwei and top Serbian officials.

President Meng met with Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić, Prime Minister Ana Brnabić and Minister of the Interior Nebojša Stefanović during his three-day (10 - 12 September) visit to Belgrade.

President Meng discussed a range of security issues with Vladimir Rebić, General Police Director and other senior law enforcement officials. President Meng indicated that INTERPOL and local police forces must stay united to tackle emerging crimes.

President Meng said, "Serbia has been actively supporting INTERPOL's initiatives and is playing a key role regarding security in the region.

"We will continue to maintain a high degree of cooperation to deal with all forms of transnational crimes, including emerging crimes.”

During his visit to Serbia, President Meng also met with senior officials at the Directorate for International Operational Police Cooperation which houses the INTERPOL National Central Bureau for Serbia.

The President also watched a demonstration by the Special Anti-Terrorist Unit during a tour of their headquarters.

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