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NAUSS holds workshop on ties between organized crime and terror

December 06, 2022

NEW YORK — The Riyadh-based Naif Arab University for Security Sciences (NAUSS) opened a workshop in New York Tuesday, in cooperation with the executive directorate of the anti-terror committee, affiliating to the UN Security Council, on the 'Relation between Organized Crime and Terror' scheduled to last until Wednesday.

The NAUSS President Dr. Abdulmajeed Bin Abdullah Al-Bunyan, who opened the event said that the workshop comes within the university's efforts to impalement phased-in plans of the Arab strategy to combat terrorism, previously approved by the Arab interior ministers.

A number of issues related to the relation between organized crime and terrorism will be discussed.

Dr. Al-Bunyan said the university's strategy comes as part of instructions of Minister of Interior Prince Abdulaziz Bin Saud Bin Naif, who is also president of the university's senate as well as Arab ministers of interior.

Experts from 13 Arab countries and 16 international missions are taking part in the workshop. — SPA


December 06, 2022
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