Iran, Uganda police to cooperate

TEHRAN, Aug. 25 (MNA) – Commander of Iran's Law Enforcement Police Brigadier General Hossein Ashtari stressed the country's preparedness to cooperate with Uganda Police Force.

The remarks were made during a meeting held between the Iranian official and Ugandan Inspector General of Police (IGP) General Kale Kayihura.

During the meeting Brigadier General Hossein Ashtari said “Iran is ready to cooperate with Uganda considering the great capacities of Iran’s police who are also trusted by other countries.”

“Iran is prepared to help Uganda in different fields namely countering drugs as well as organized and cyber crimes.” he noted. “Moreover we would like to send our police engineers to Uganda for helping build the organizational houses of its police. Iran is also ready to present educations on hostage situations and countering violent crimes.” Brigadier General Hossein Ashtari added.

Talking about the capability of Iran's Law Enforcement Police in the field of traffic, he added “we are seeking to establish a committee, headed by Iran’s Interpol police, for implementing the agreements.”

For his part, Uganda Inspector General of Police (IGP) General Kale Kayihura said: “The capacities of Iran’s police are on a par with developed countries. I also thank Iran’s properness for supporting Ugandan police.”

Noting that Iran is a special country for not only Uganda but also for Africa as well, he added that “Iran is an exemplary country which also inspires us. We are looking forward to deepen our ties in all fields.”


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