Interpol Global Conference on Illicit Drugs

 

The Global Conference on Illicit Drugs was organised in Toledo from 24th to 26th April.

Interpol (International Criminal Police Organization) organised a conference on illicit drugs, in Toledo, Spain, from the 24th to the 26th April 2018. The conference brought together police experts from more than 60 countries from around the world and will include discussions on heroin, cocaine and synthetic drugs country experiences. Agenda will also include presentations and discussions on Interpol analytical tools and databases.

EU-ACT Project presented its experience in the heroin routes´ countries and supported the participation of delegates coming from Georgia, Tanzania, Kyrgyzstan, Pakistan and Afghanistan and also CARICC representatives will be present.

Operative Dimension

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Year
Component
Country
Place
Activity Type
Spain
Toledo
Cooperation with Others
Objectives
  • To facilitate the attendance and exposure of relevant experts from Project´s Key countries to the discussions and views of a broad variety of countries that will present their experiences in investigating drug trafficking cases;
  • To support networking among police and investigations from Project´s key countries, with many other police and investigators from around the world. This will contribute to an enhanced trans-regional and trans-national cooperation in the fight against drug trafficking;
  • To contribute to EU´s visibility among experts from more than 60 countries.

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Interpol Global Conference on Illicit Drugs

Interpol Global Conference on Illicit Drugs

Interpol (International Criminal Police Organization) organises a conference on illicit drugs, in Toledo, Spain, from the 24th to the 26th April 2018. The conference will bring together police experts from more than 60 countries from around the world and will include discussions on heroin, cocaine and synthetic drugs country experiences. Agenda will also include presentations and discussions on Interpol analytical tools and databases.

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