Krzysztof Kozłowski, Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs and Administration, signed an agreement to stage Interpol’s European Regional Conference in Katowice. The sessions will take place in the International Congress Centre on 29-31 May.
In the course of Interpol’s annual meeting of Heads of National Central Bureaus in the French city of Lyon, Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs and Administration Krzysztof Kozłowski signed an agreement to stage the prestigious event. On behalf of a contract between the government of the Republic of Poland and the International Criminal Police Organisation (Interpol), it was determined that the latter’s European Regional Conference will be hosted by Katowice on 29-31 May. The event will involve representatives of close to 200 countries participating in the operations of the international organisation.
This will be the second time that Poland will host the prestigious meeting. The first conference to be held in Poland took place 23 years ago. Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs and Administration Krzysztof Kozłowski emphasised that he hopes the event will constitute “another step on the path to an even safer Europe”. The conference will be arranged in the International Congress Centre.
The European Regional Conference of Interpol is an annual meeting of its decision makers, a crucial happening for Interpol’s member states representing the region of Europe. The discussed event is aimed at, i.a. showcasing problems connected with preventing and fighting crime, proposing actual solutions of counteracting them and approving plans and programmes of joint undertakings.
Source: Ministry of Internal Affairs and Administration