INTERPOL Ministerial Meeting

6 de noviembre de 2012
Discussions centred on the theme of ‘Challenges for police facing contemporary criminal violence’.

The 81st session of the INTERPOL General Assembly opened on 5 November 2012 with a ministerial meeting that brought together justice, security and home affairs ministers from nearly 100 countries.

At the conclusion of the meeting, the Ministers adopted a Declaration calling on all member countries to develop a common approach to effectively respond to the new challenges facing police worldwide.

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Discussions covered contemporary forms of violence such as extremism and terrorism, urban violence, human trafficking and smuggling.
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The Ministerial meeting, the largest-ever of its kind, marked the beginning of the four-day INTERPOL General Assembly.
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The declaration encourages key decision-makers to take the necessary steps to facilitate national and collective action against the increasing prevalence of modern day criminal violence.
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The meeting brought together nearly 100 ministers from around the world to discuss issues of contemporary violence.
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