Bedoui Talks With Egyptian Counterpart in Cairo

Cairo - Minister of the Interior and Local Authorities Noureddine Bedoui met Tuesday, in Cairo, his Egyptian counterpart, Magdy Abdel Ghaffar, with whom he broached the ways and methods to boost bilateral cooperation.

The discussions, attended by police chief Major General Abdelghani Hamel, wrapped up with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding on security cooperation between the two countries.

Bedoui stressed the "the need to strengthen bilateral cooperation to ensure security and stability in the two countries according to the guidelines of their leaders."

Earlier, the minister went, along with the police chief, to Cairo's Police Academy, where he received an outline on the academy's role and the training it provides.

Bedoui called for "giving a fresh impetus to security cooperation, especially in the police sector."

The minister of the Interior and Local Authorities had started Monday an official visit to Egypt to step up and promote cooperation between the two countries.

Source: Source: All Africa

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