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The Chief of Indonesian National Police visit to Germany
Monday, 24 June 2013 09:40    PDF Print E-mail

On May 14 to 19 May 2013, the Indonesian National Police (INP) delegation led by Chief of INP have made official visits to Germany. The visit is part of an ongoing collaboration between the Government of the Republic of Indonesia and the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany, in particular cooperation in combating transnational crime and capacity building.

The INP delegates had the opportunity to visit Federal Riot Police RF Germany in Blumberg, Berlin, Germany, German Interior Ministry, the Federal Criminal Police Bureau Berlin (Bundeskriminalamt/BKA) and the Headquarters of the Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA) Wiesbaden.

The Chief of INP had the opportunity to meet with State Secretary Klaus-Dieter Fritsche, BKA President Jörg Ziercke, Vice President of the BKA Prof. Dr. Jurgen Stock and Vice President of the BKA, Peter Henzler.

One of the significant outcomes of the visit was the signing of the Declaration of Intent between the Indonesian National Police and the Federal Ministry of the Interior of the Federal Republic of Germany on Preventing and Combating Transnational Crimes and Capacity Building by the Chief of INP and the State Secretary of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Federal Republic Germany, Klaus-Dieter Fritsche, on Thursday, May 16, 2013.

By the signing of ‘DoI’ also signified revitalization of police cooperation between Indonesia and Germany, through the improvement of relations in the field of prevention and handing transnational crime, as well as capacity building. (Konvinter)