Myanmar delegation attends 90th Interpol General Assembly in India

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The Myanmar delegation is pictured attending the 90th Interpol General Assembly in India.

A Myanmar delegation led by Deputy Minister for Home Affairs Chief of Myanmar Police Force Maj-Gen Zin Min Htet attended the 90th Session of Interpol General Assembly in New Delhi, India at the invitation of Interpol.
The General Assembly was held between 18 and 21 October at the National Centre in New Delhi and attended by delegations from 170 Interpol member countries out of 195 comprising of delegations led by Ministers, Deputy Ministers, Police Chiefs of countries, Interpol Executive Committee Chairman UAE’s Police Chief Mr Ahrmed Nassar al-Raisi, Interpol Secretary-General Mr Jurgen Stock and committee members and the international counter-terrorism experts.
The General Assembly opening ceremony was held on 18 October and Prime Minister Mr Narendra Modi addressed the event. Then, Interpol Executive Committee Chairman UAE’s Police Chief Mr Ahrmed Nassar al-Raisi and the Police Chief of India made speeches.
On the first-day session, the leaders discussed the Operational Highlights and Presentation of Interpol’s Global Crime Trend Report 2022, authorities of police members and effective cooperation in the fight against corruption and financial crimes.
On the second-day and third-day sessions, they discussed the procedure for exclusion or suspension of an Interpol member submitted by the Ukrainean Police Force and 14 draft resolutions regarding Interpol criminal fights to be conducted until 2025 including three draft proposals regarding Interpol’s administration prepared by the Russian Federation.
On the fourth day, they voted for one position for vice-chairman of the Interpol Executive Committee and two positions for the Executive Committee Members of Africa and assigned duties to the winners. Then, the minister of the Interior of Austria remarked to hold the 91st General Assembly in Vienna, Austria.
During the tour to General Assembly, Deputy Minister for Home Affairs Chief of Myanmar Police Force Maj-Gen Zin Min Htet met Police Maj-Gen Kamarudin BINMP DIW, Director-General of CID of Malaysia and Interpol Secretary Police Brig-Gen Amur Chandra Juli Buana of Indonesian Police Force separately on the first day and discussed arresting of illegal Malaysian and Indonesian passing broader area, transferring of Myanmar suspects from these two countries under the existing laws and procedures of two countries and cooperation in Police Forces.
On the second day, the deputy minister met the delegates led by Russian Chief Prosecutor Mr Motorenks Mkaall and focused on the promotion of cooperation between the police forces and enhancement of collaboration in border security, rule of law and drug cases while combatting online gambling, drug cases and cooperation with LMLECC for Lancang-Mekong River during the meeting with Chinese delegation and Interpol Executive Committee Member Mr Binchen Hu.
On the fourth day, he held talks with Interpol Secretary-General Mr Jurgen Stock and Interpol’s Executive Director of Police Services Mr Stephen Kavanagh regarding cooperation work under the procedures of Interpol and proper procedures under the existing law regarding Myanmar terrorists hiding in foreign countries.
He greeted Police General Damrongsak Kittiprapas of the Royal Thai Police Force informally at the General Assembly. He met the delegation led by Police Maj-Gen Khemmarin Hassiri of the Royal Thai Police Force at the meeting hall of Novotel Hotel near Bangkok Airport on 22 October and discussed proper cooperation work between the two police forces.
The Myanmar delegation led by Deputy Minister for Home Affairs Chief of Myanmar Police Force Maj-Gen Zin Min Htet arrived back in Myanmar by flight atSunday night.—MNA

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