From November 28 to December 1, 2023, the 91st General Assembly of INTERPOL was held in Vienna.
The Principality was represented through a delegation led by Patrice Cellario, Minister of the Interior and composed of Richard Marangoni, General Controller in charge of the Public Security Directorate and Head of the INTERPOL office in Monaco, Jean-François Mirigay, Head of the Police Judicial Division, and Olivier Jude, Head of the Section of International Cooperation and the Fight against Cybercrime.
The Principality of Monaco, which was behind the creation of the first international criminal police meeting in 1914, paid tribute to the INTERPOL organisation, which is this year celebrating the centenary of its foundation. International cooperation has become an essential element in the system aimed at putting harmful criminals out of action.
The role of the INTERPOL National Central Bureau in Monaco remains essential in crime prevention and during 2023 international cooperation made it possible to make numerous arrests.
INTERPOL is the largest international police organisation in the world, with 194 member countries. Its goal is to enable police around the world to work together to make the world safer.
PHOTO: The Monegasque delegation composed of (from left to right): Olivier Jude, Head of the Section of International Cooperation and the Fight against Cybercrime, Jean-François Mirigay, Head of the Judicial Police Division, Patrice Cellario, Minister of the Interior, and Richard Marangoni, General Controller in charge of the Public Security Department and Head of the INTERPOL National Central Office in Monaco.