General Major Abdelghani HAMEL, General Director of National Security, examined, on July 27th 2016 in Algiers, with the Ugandan Inspector General of Police, Geneneral Kale Kayihura, the ways and means of strengthening bilateral cooperation particularly in terms of training and fight against cross-border crime. The two sides discussed during the meeting, ways of strengthening cooperation between Algeria and Uganda’s policies in the field of education, the criminal police, fighting cross-border crime and drug trafficking.
The talks focused on issues of cyber crime, extremism and other forms of crime, as part of the African cooperation mechanism Afripol’, said the same statement. The Director General of National Security expressed the willingness of the Algerian police to reinforce the channels of cooperation between the police authorities of African countries to be in tune with the latest developments in the fight against crime in all its forms.
The Inspector General of Ugandan police for his part praised the high level reached by the Algerian police, emphasizing the pioneering role and professionalism of the Algerian police elements that is a model to be followed by other police bodies.
General Kale Kayihura and his accompanying delegation visited the command and control center of the DGNS in Algiers, where they received a full explanation of the missions of this strategic structure to include the management and deployment of workforce police, in addition to support for citizen calls for more efficiency in the cooperation between citizens and the police in the fight against all forms of crime.
Ugandan delegation, which stayed from 26 to 29 July in Algiers, has visited the headquarters of the Air Unit of National Security and the headquarters of Afripol in Algiers.