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Interpol’s 90th General Assembly will begin tomorrow at Pragati Maidan in Delhi, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address

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The 90th General Assembly of Interpol will be organized at Pragati Maidan.
On Tuesday, Prime Minister Modi will address this Mahasabha.
Representatives of 195 countries will participate in this General Assembly of Interpol.

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the 90th Interpol General Assembly on Tuesday at Pragati Maidan in the capital Delhi. The Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) gave this information in a statement on Monday. Representatives of 195 countries will participate in this General Assembly. The PMO said that these representatives include ministers of member countries, police chiefs, central bureau chiefs and senior police officers.

The General Assembly is the highest governing body of Interpol and meets once a year. In this meeting, the work of Interpol is reviewed and important decisions are also taken. Various aspects of financial crimes and corruption will be discussed in the meeting. The PMO said that the meeting of the Interpol General Assembly is being held in India after a gap of 25 years. The last time this General Assembly was held in India was in 1997. On the occasion of the 75th anniversary of India’s independence, a special opportunity has been given to organize this time’s General Assembly in New Delhi.

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The PMO said that this event is an opportunity to make the world aware of India’s law and order system. Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Interpol President Ahmed Nasser Al Raisi and its General Secretary General Jurgen Stock will also be present in the General Assembly.

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