The Sudan’s Cabinet has approved a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the Sudanese Ministry of the Interior and the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).
The MoU on combating terrorism, crime and the development of police cooperation, presented by the Minister of the Cabinet, Ahmed Saad Omar on Sunday.
Early of this year the Ministry of the Interior and FBI signed MoU in combating human trafficking, criminal offenses and terrorism, which enables the exchange of visits, to benefit from expertise in the field of combating crime and uncovering its circumstances.
Director of General Directorate of Investigation Police, Maj. Gen. Hussein Nafie said in press statements following the signing ceremony in last January that “The MoU provides for cooperation between the two countries in combating transnational and organized crimes, exchanging information and providing technical assistance in the field of criminal investigations”.
“The MoU aims to achieve good results in the fight against criminal offenses, human and drug trafficking and countering terrorism,” said Jeffrey Walker, assistant director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation in East Africa.