Media invitation for 41st European Regional Conference in Israel

INTERPOL on April 11, 2012 released the following:

“LYON, France – Senior law enforcement officials from throughout Europe will gather in Tel Aviv, Israel from 8 – 10 May for the 41st INTERPOL European Regional Conference.

The conference will focus on a range of international crime issues including:

  • combating maritime piracy
  • trafficking in human beings and illegal immigration
  • cybercrime
  • fighting organized crime and terrorism
  • developments in INTERPOL/European Union cooperation

The opening ceremony and speeches by INTERPOL President Khoo Boon Hui and high ranking Israeli officials will be open to the media at 10am on Tuesday 8 May.

A press conference will be held immediately after the opening ceremony at approximately 11am, in which senior INTERPOL and Israeli officials will participate.

The conference itself is closed to the media, however there will be a press briefing and opportunities for interviews with specialist officers from INTERPOL. Press releases will also be issued and made available on the INTERPOL website, as well as speeches.

Journalists wishing to attend the event should complete the official press accreditation form and send it by email with a colour photo (JPEG format) no later than Tuesday 1 May to the communications department of the Israeli Police

Media attending the opening ceremony must bring valid identity documents to the venue.”


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