16 January 2013

Egypt: Interior Minister, British Official Discuss Security Cooperation

Minister of Interior Mohamed Ibrahim met on Tuesday 15/1/2013 with British Crime Prevention Minister Jeremy Browne to discuss how to foster security cooperation between the two ministries.

During the meeting, Browne said he appreciated the pivotal role of the Interior Ministry in combating crime despite current challenges.

He said his country is ready for boosting security relations with Egypt in the fields of information swap, money laundering crimes and smuggling.

The British minister tackled the file of restoring looted Egyptian funds which were smuggled to Britain and efforts of the British government in this regard.

On his part, Ibrahim reviewed the ministry's policy and strategy for fighting crime and its efforts aimed at promoting security and stability in the country.

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