Central Africa countries strengthen their cooperation against terrorism, trafficking of drugs and counterfeit medicines

The countries of the Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa (CEMAC), met in Yaounde on September 15, have announced their commitment to intensify their fight against terrorism, traffickings of drugs and counterfeit medicines.

Experts for police affairs in the area of judicial police, border police, fight against drug trafficking and international police cooperation want to adapt their strategy against crime by setting up training programs and organizing joint or simultaneous police operations between countries. These experts will identify and assess the criminal phenomena in Central Africa to propose solutions to Central African Police Chiefs’ Committee (CAPCCO). They will also make proposals to move towards harmonization of national legislation and to develop common curricula in police academies.

The CEMAC includes six countries, namely: Cameroon, Congo, Gabon, Equatorial Guinea, Central African Republic and Chad.

Source: French.china.org.cn

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