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Strategies to counter transnational organized crimes needed to be tailored to their peculiar regional contexts.
The Security Council unanimously adopted resolution 2195, calling on member states to strengthen border management to effectively prevent the movement of terrorists and terrorist groups, including those benefiting from transnational organized crime.
Transnational organized crime consequences for development, straight chain and security.
Rentz is currently conducting counter transnational organized crime (C-TOC) operations as part of Operation Martillo, which began in January 2012.
The ambassador said Pakistan supported the Council's measures to counter terrorism and transnational organized crime, underlining that tackling those required more regional cooperation, especially in border management.
of Northern Colorado) present eight chapters that analyze transnational organized crime in North America, Latin America, Europe, Africa, Asia and the Middle East, and Oceania, in addition to overlaps between transnational organized crime and terrorism.
The government, being mindful of our obligations, has taken several concrete measures to address deficiencies previously identified but we are nonetheless cognisant of need to effect further improvements to the programme," Douglas said, adding that the initiative is also intended to contribute to the prevention of transnational organized crime and other illicit acts "which threaten the safety and security of the global citizenry.
Summary: The first GCC workforce on supporting international legal cooperation against transnational organized crime in the GCC concluded its meetings in Abu Dhabi.