Int'l conference on drugs agrees joint strategy against organized crime

10:11, April 08, 2011      

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Representatives of more than 100 countries on Thursday agreed to boost a new joint strategy against the organized crimes groups.

During the closing of the 28th International Drug Enforcement Conference (IDEC) hosted in Cancun at the Mexican Caribbean, the attendants agreed to support the strategy in "Mexico Declaration."

Mexico's Federal Public Security Minister Genaro Garcia Luna said this strategy is to combat the criminal bands through exchange of information mechanisms between the countries.

The declaration also includes the design of legal mechanisms to combat the illegal weapons trafficking, Garcia said.

Another included topic is to reinforce the combat against money laundry related to drug trafficking and avoid by all means the financing to terrorism.

It also includes the exchange of successful practices to train the police corpses, centering on the protection to the human rights, he said.

Source: Xinhua
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