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Tuesday, 13 November 2018

EAPCCO Discusses in Khartoum Enhancing Regional Security

Khartoum- The activities of the annual meeting of the Eastern Africa Police Chiefs Cooperation Organization (EAPCCO) kicked off in Khartoum Saturday with the participation of 14 countries.
The meetings of EAPCCO, which will last till Thursday, would discuss the issues of illegal migration and human trafficking besides the national security of member states of the organization.
Member of EAPCCO coordination committee Hussein Nafie Mahmoud said in a press statement that the conference aims at reaching resolutions that would boost cooperation and coordination work for prevention of crimes in the states of the region, considering the meeting as the biggest police gathering at the regional and national levels.
He pointed out that the meeting would discuss a number of issues pertinent to the regional security of member states of EAPCCO besides international security issues of curbing illegal migration and human trafficking, smuggling of weapons and drugs and transnational and organized crimes.
“Sudan is exerting considerable efforts in fighting organized crime, especially that are related to human trafficking and illegal migration,” he added.