Colombian Ambassador to France makes first visit to INTERPOL

INTERPOL on October 11, 2011 released the following:

“LYON, France – Colombian Ambassador to France, Dr Gustavo Adolfo Carvajal Sinisterra met with INTERPOL Secretary General Ronald K. Noble today in his first-ever visit to the world police body’s General Secretariat headquarters.

Ambassador Carvajal Sinisterra accompanied by Ministro Plenipotenciaro Sergio Restrepo, was briefed on the range of INTERPOL’s tools and services including projects tackling drug trafficking, terrorism and financial and high-tech crime, in addition to visiting the 24-hour Command and Coordination Centre.

The visit follows Secretary General Noble’s mission to Colombia for the inauguration of the new INTERPOL National Central Bureau in Bogota. Colombia has also offered to host the 2013 INTERPOL General Assembly.”

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