fredag 11. november 2016

Chinese security official elected Interpol chief

A top Chinese security minister has been elected president of the international crime fighting and police cooperation organization Interpol. Meng Hongwei, China's vice minister for public security and a former head of Interpol China, took the post Thursday at the organization's general assembly in Bali, Indonesia. According to a statement from Interpol, he said he stood ready to do everything he could towards the cause of policing the world. "We currently face some of the most serious global public security challenges since World War Two," said Mr Meng. Read more