Morocco Govt Reviews Germany’s Security Expertise In Hosting Global Events


Morocco and Germany have renewed their determination to continue boosting bilateral ties and cooperation, particularly in security.

The two countries reaffirmed their willingness to cooperate more in security during an official visit by Morocco’s General Director of National Security and Territorial Surveillance (DGSN-DGST) Abdellatif Hammouchi from June 24-26 to Germany.

During the visit, which took place at the request of Germany, Hammouchi met with officials from the German federal police as well as the federal criminal police office to discuss means to strengthen bilateral security cooperation.

Hammouchi held working sessions, particularly with president of the federal police Dieter Romann as well as the president of the criminal police office, Holger Munch.

The discussions focused on ways to improve cooperation, especially in the fight against terrorism and cross-border crime.

The officials also reviewed the results of cooperation between the two countries.

Hammouchi’s delegation discussed opportunities for cooperation in the field of sports security and mechanisms for exchanging expertise and technical assistance.

DGSN concluded the statement by noting that the visit aimed at learning about the German experience in organizing and security major events.