The Director General of Iran's Interpol at the head of a delegation attended in the 18th edition of the Interpol Conference underway in the southeast Asian country in Singapore.

Iran PressIran News: In this meeting, which was held with the presence of about 270 people from 133 member countries of the Interpol organization; Brigadier General Majid Karimi, head of the International Police of the Islamic Republic of Iran, had several bilateral and multilateral meetings with the senior police officials of the participating countries and the managers of the specialized departments of the Interpol organization.

Referring to the importance of the three-day conference, Karimi said: "Various areas of international crimes, including drug trafficking, arms and ammunition trafficking, human trafficking and other violent crimes were discussed in the meetings."

According to Brigadier General Karimi, Iran's delegation reached good agreements with some countries regarding increasing the level of police interactions, the extradition of international defendants, especially those charged with economic crimes and smuggling. 

Addressing the multi-faceted challenges posed by a complex and increasingly deadly criminal landscape is the focus of INTERPOL’s Heads of National Central Bureaus (NCBs) annual meeting taking place this week from June 7 to 9, according to a report released by the Interpol on its website.

Through panel-based discussions and regional roundtable sessions, some 270 delegates from 133 countries will identify best practice to counter cybercrime, organized, terrorism and other emerging criminal trends. 219