Maj. Gen. Dr. Ahmed Nasser Al Raisi, the United Arab Emirates’ candidate for the post of Inspector General of the Interior Ministry and head of the International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol), is visiting the United States as part of a tour that includes the south. With the aim of collaborating with the United States and police officers and exchanging experiences.
During his visit to the United States, he met with Maj. Gen. Al Rice, Joy Hood, Undersecretary of State, James Walsh, Undersecretary of State, Gentry Smith, Assistant Secretary of State for Diplomatic Security, Bruce Schwartz, Assistant Director of the U.S. Department of Justice, and Greg Dakot, U.S. Michael Hughes, ICIDAP Director of Justice, Interpol Director in the United States, Andrew Anderson, Assistant Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and many other U.S. police and Interpol officials.
The meetings will discuss a number of common interests related to enhancing cooperation between the two friendly countries and strengthening bilateral relations in the security and police sectors, discussing ways to enhance international cooperation in the field of law enforcement, as well as discussing issues between the two countries’ bilateral partnership and terrorism and the Middle East and the Middle East. Learned from processes that help directly guide Interpol’s efforts against joint efforts to promote peace in the world.
Maj. Gen. al-Raisi visited the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and met with Kelly Ann Boris, Undersecretary of State for Strategy, Policy and Planning for the United Nations Interpol and UN Under-Secretary-General Gilles Mikade. Public for safety and security; During the meetings, they discussed how to enhance international action, enhance the role of “Interpol” and implement its global role.
During his visit, Maj. Gen. Al-Raisi and his entourage were briefed on the New York Operation Room and its facilities, as well as police facilities and exhibitions currently held in various parts of the United States. Law Enforcement Support (NLEOMF) Learn about the recent use of police teams to improve security and stability.
Maj. Gen. Al Raisi will conclude his tour of South America during which he will meet with a number of officials in the field to conclude efforts to support the International Criminal Police Organization’s Interpol UAE file.
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