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OMAN, UN eye cooperation in curbing human trafficking





OMAN, UN eye cooperation in curbing human trafficking

30th, June 2014

VIENNA — Sayyid Badr bin Hamad al Busaidy, Secretary-General of the Foreign Ministry, Chairman of the National Committee for Combating Human Trafficking (NCCHT), met in Vienna yesterday with Yury Fedotov, Executive Director of the United Nations (UN) Office on Drugs and Crime. The meeting discussed means of promoting cooperation between the UN Office and NCCHT in capacity building and exchanging expertise and information. The two sides agreed to set up an executive work programme. The programme will include a series of training and awareness workshops to be organised with the participation of the agencies concerned with combating human trafficking. This agreement comes within the framework of the keenness attached by the Sultanate on activating and enhancing cooperation at the national, regional and international levels to combat all forms of the crime. The meeting was attended by Shaikh Badr bin Mohammed al Hinai, Sultanate’s Ambassador to Austria, Permanent Representative to the UN Organisations in Vienna, and officials from both sides.


 














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