Mutual coordination must to fight international security threats: PM Dahal

Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has stressed on the need for mutual coordination to address security challenges that the world is facing due to the increase in international organized and cybercrime and terrorism.

Addressing a ceremony organized by the Nepal Police in the federal capital today on the occasion of International Police Cooperation Day and Interpol’s 100th anniversary, PM Dahal pointed out the need for collective efforts from the international community to identify and deal with such security threats. Stating that all nations should strengthen international cooperation at the global, regional, and sub-regional levels, he said Nepal is ready to play an active role in promoting cross-border security and cooperation.

‘I strongly believe that we can face the multifaceted challenges arising from global crime by cooperating with international counterparts,’ said PM Dahal. He also emphasized the need to address the root causes of crime including inequality, poverty, and lack of opportunities while strengthening organizations and mechanisms to ensure that the world is safe and just.

On the occasion, PM Dahal congratulated the Nepal Police for their dedication and commitment to upholding the principles of Interpol. ‘Our security officers have participated in UN peacekeeping missions and contributed to peace and security even in dangerous places and difficult situations,’ PM Dahal said, ‘On this occasion, I would like to pay tributes to all the brave souls who sacrificed their lives while fulfilling their duties as peacekeepers.’

He also lauded the role of the National Central Bureau (NCB) Kathmandu in promoting international police cooperation and contributing to the fight against international crime by facilitating communication and coordination between Nepal and other member states.


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