Jordan's efforts in fighting crime enhances its international stature — Farayah

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AMMAN — Interior Minister Mazen Farayah said that efforts made by Jordan in terms of combating crime have strengthened its position as a safe, polarized and attractive country for investment and a destination for tourism in all its forms, despite the regional circumstances, according to the Jordan News Agency, Petra.اضافة اعلان

He pointed out that Jordan is committed to all international conventions, treaties and protocols in the field of combating crime and human trafficking.

Farayah, during a two-day workshop at the Dead Sea, added that the ministry pays great attention in order to achieve the visions and directives of His Majesty the King in enhancing internal security in all its forms, in cooperation with various relevant national authorities and institutions.

He noted that the government issued the first national law to prevent human trafficking in 2009 to create an integrated legislative system to combat this inhumane phenomenon.

The two-day workshop that targeted 17 administrative governors is funded by the Swiss government with a financial contribution from the Cypriot government and the government of the Knights of Malta.

It also implemented by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime in Jordan in partnership with the Ministry of Justice, the Public Prosecution and the Public Security Department.

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