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ARAB CONF. CALLS FOR MORE SECURITY COOPERATION TO HINDER HUMAN TRAFFICKING

TUNIS, June 27 — The 12th conference for chiefs of Arab border, airport and port authorities on Thursday called for more security cooperation so as to hinder human trafficking and criminal acts of all kinds.

Among the conference’s final recommendations include exchanging field visits and information between agencies, in addition to beefing up coordination.

According to a statement by the conference’s general secretariat, more recommendations were issued regarding an inclusive strategy for fighting piracy-related crimes, as well as a project to inspect and organize the process of goods entry to member states.

It also underlined necessity to abide by resolutions of the Arab interior ministers; which in turn called for implementing the UN Security Council resolution of not paying ransom to terrorist groups.

Kuwait took part in the conference by a delegation headed by assistant director of operations at the interior ministry Attallah Al-Dalmani.

SOURCE: KUNA