PM Modi to address 90th INTERPOL General Assembly today




New
Delhi,
Oct
17:

Prime
Minister
Narendra
Modi
will
address
the
90th
Interpol
General
Assembly
on
Tuesday
at
around
1:45
pm
in
Pragati
Maidan,
New
Delhi.

The
90th
General
Assembly
of
INTERPOL
will
be
held
from
18th
to
21st
October.
The
meeting
will
be
attended
by
delegations
from
195
INTERPOL
member
countries
comprising
of
Ministers,
Police
Chiefs
of
countries,
Heads
of
National
Central
Bureaus
and
Senior
police
officers.
The
General
Assembly
is
INTERPOL’s
supreme
governing
body
and
meets
once
a
year
to
take
key
decisions
related
to
its
functioning.

The
INTERPOL
General
Assembly
meeting
is
taking
place
in
India
after
a
gap
of
about
25
years

it
was
last
held
in
1997.
India’s
proposal
to
host
the
INTERPOL
General
Assembly
in
2022
at
New
Delhi
coinciding
with
celebrations
for
75th
year
of
India’s
independence
was
accepted
by
the
General
Assembly
with
overwhelming
majority.
The
event
provides
an
opportunity
to
showcase
best
practices
in
India’s
law
and
order
system
to
the
entire
world.

Union
Home
Minister,
INTERPOL
President
Ahmed
Naser
Al
Raisi
and
Secretary
General
Jurgen
Stock,
CBI
Director
will
also
be
present
on
the
occasion.



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