Morocco was elected, in Vienna this Friday, to host the 93rd session of the General Assembly of the International Criminal Police Organization, Interpol. The 93 session will be held in Marrakech in 2025.
The decision was made by the 91st session of Interpol, held from November 28 to December 1 in the Austrian capital.
Director General of Morocco’s National Security and Territorial Surveillance, Abdellatif Hammouchi, attended this session and held on its sidelines talks with heads of several participating delegations.
Abdellatif Hammouchi also conferred with the President of Interpol who renewed congratulations to Morocco for having been elected to host the International Criminal Police Organization’s 93rd session in 2025.
The participants in the Vienna session, representing 196 member countries, renewed their confidence in Morocco and its security institutions, granting it the honor of organizing and hosting the 93rd session of the Interpol General Assembly.
Abdellatif Hammouchi expressed Morocco’s gratitude to all those who supported its hosting of INTERPOL 93rd session and emphasized the Kingdom’s commitment to enhancing international efforts to combat terrorism and various forms of cross-border crime.
He also expressed the readiness of Moroccan security services to host this prestigious security forum and their steadfast support for Interpol and its member states in efforts to achieve security and establish global stability.
Hammouchi’s participation in Interpol session is part of Morocco’s commitment to consolidating international security cooperation. It also illustrates the Kingdom’s willingness to share its experience and expertise in the fight against terrorism and organized crime with the security services of various friendly and brotherly countries, as well as with all international partners.