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Mozambique Seeks Algeria’s Expertise in Counterterrorism and Organised Crime Fight

Mozambique Seeks Algeria’s Expertise in Counterterrorism and Organised Crime Fight

Mozambican Interior Minister Pascoal Ronda praised Saturday, in Algiers, Algeria’s experience in fighting terrorism and transnational organised crime, stating that his country hopes to benefit from it.

In a speech given at the headquarters of the Central Service for the Fight against Organized Crime (SCLCO) in Saoula (Algiers), Ronda stressed that Algeria, which indeed constitutes “the Mecca of revolutionaries” and a starting point for African countries to regain their independence, is today a “pioneering State” in the fight against terrorism and transnational organized crime.

Moreover, the minister stressed the need to coordinate efforts between the two countries, particularly in combating terrorism and organized crime in all its forms, underscoring that Mozambique relies on Algeria’s experience to train its personnel.

During this visit, a presentation was given on this security facility which has national jurisdiction in fighting organized crime both domestically and internationally.

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A video on the historical background of this operational service and on the activities of the Special Operations Group of the Police (GOSP) was also screened on this occasion.

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