Morocco was elected to host the 93rd session of the General Assembly of the International Criminal Police Organisation Interpol, to be held in Marrakech in 2025.
The participants in the 91st session of the Organisation’s General Assembly which was held in the Austrian capital earlier this month, representing 196 member countries, renewed their trust in the Kingdom and its security institutions, through entrusting it with the hosting of the 93rd session of the Interpol General Assembly.
According to Maghreb Arabe Press (MAP), the General Assembly, Interpol’s highest decision-making body, meets regularly with the heads of law enforcement agencies and organizations from member countries, to assess global security challenges and emerging crime trends, and to consider ways of addressing them.
Speaking after the vote in favour of the Moroccan bid, Director General of National Security and Territorial Surveillance, Abdellatif Hammouchi, expressed the Kingdom of Morocco’s thanks to all those who voted in favor of Marrakech hosting this global event.
He also emphasised Morocco’s commitment to consolidating international efforts to combat terrorism and the various forms of cross-border crime.
Hammouchi also emphasised that the Kingdom of Morocco and its national security services are fully prepared to host this renowned security forum in the best possible conditions, stressing that Morocco constantly supports Interpol and its member countries in their efforts to promote global security and stability.