The joint meeting between the State of Qatar and the Kingdom of Morocco to support and to enhance security cooperation concluded in Rabat.
The meeting chaired by HE the Director of Public Security Staff Major General Saad bin Jassim Al Khulaifi and the Director-General of Morocco's National Police and of National Territory Surveillance Abdellatif Hammouchi.
During the meeting, they reviewed the development of mechanisms of implementation of the security agreement signed between the two countries in 2014, and exchanged views on regional and international security challenges and ways to address them.
In a press statement on this occasion, HE the Director of Public Security Staff praised the distinguished relations between Qatar and the Kingdom of Morocco at all levels, especially in the various security fields.
He stressed that combating crime and enhancing security at the regional and international levels require concerted efforts and pursuit to strengthen relations between the various security agencies, especially in light of the significant development of cross-border crimes, which requires activating security cooperation frameworks and joint efforts to achieve security and stability and to address various types of crimes.
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