Several ambassadors briefed at BCIJ headquarters on Morocco’s fight against terrorism and organized crime
Several ambassadors accredited to Morocco paid a visit on Thursday to the headquarters of the Central Bureau of Judicial Investigations (BCIJ), during which they were informed of the efforts made by Morocco in the fight against terrorism and organized crime.
This visit is part of the opening up of the security organs to their environment as well as the transparency policy pursued by the Moroccan security apparatus, whose actions and achievements are now internationally recognized, more particularly in the fight against terrorism.
The twenty visiting diplomats, some of whom were accompanied by their liaison magistrates and officials responsible for the fight against terrorism, had the opportunity to learn about the various activities of the BCIJ and its role in the fight against terrorism. and organized crime and rooting out the plague.
Particular emphasis was placed on the advances made by Morocco in the field of the fight against terrorism and organized crime, as well as on the importance of Morocco’s security cooperation with the rest of the world.
The delegation of ambassadors, led by the Diplomatic Foundation, met on this occasion the director of the BCIJ Cherkaoui Habboub.
Several presentations, made during the visit, focused on security issues in several regions of the world, notably in the Sahel, and on the need to further strengthen cooperation in the fight against terrorism, in particular in this African region.
The diplomats took the opportunity to underline, in statements to the press, the importance of security cooperation in the fight against terrorism and the role of Morocco in this area, an internationally recognized role, they declared.
Moroccan security organs have the strength and capacity required not only to guarantee and preserve the security of Moroccans, but also to cooperate with other countries in the field of security, underlined the president of the Diplomatic Foundation Abdelati Habek.
He cited, in this context, the dismantling of several terrorist cells in foreign countries thanks to intelligence tricks by the Moroccan security services. This cooperation takes place in full respect of international conventions and treaties to which Morocco fully adheres, he said.
At the end of this visit, Cherkaoui Habboub received from the Foundation a trophy and a letter of thanks intended for the Director General of the National Police (DGSN) and the Directorate of National Territory Surveillance (DGST) Abdellatif Hammouchi, in recognition of the efforts made by Morocco in the field of security.
The delegation of diplomats that visited the headquarters of the BCIJ was made up of ambassadors from Cameroon, Chad, Egypt, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Japan, United Arab Emirates, Australia, Rwanda, Nigeria, Belgium, Tunisia, Portugal, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United, Mauritania. , Kazakhstan and South Korea, as well as charge d’affaires of the United States, Libya, Canada and Spain.