In the context of the 200th anniversary of the founding of the Spanish Police, Hammouchi holds bilateral discussions with a number of his Spanish counterparts

Within the framework of strengthening security and intelligence relations between Morocco and Spain, Mr. Abdellatif Hamouchi, Director General of National Security and Territorial Surveillance, held important bilateral discussions with his Spanish counterparts. These discussions, which come in the context of the 200th anniversary of the founding of the Spanish National Police, reflect the great importance that the two countries attach to joint security cooperation.

The discussions included meetings with prominent figures such as Mr. Francisco Pardo Piqueras, Director General of the Spanish National Police, and Mr. Eugenio Pereiro Blanco, Commissioner General for Information, in addition to the Spanish Secretary of State in charge of Security, Mr. Rafael Pérez Ruiz, and the Commissioner General for Foreigners and Borders, Mr. Julian Ávila Polo. These meetings are an opportunity to exchange experiences and develop joint strategies to confront current security challenges.

Security cooperation between Morocco and Spain includes multiple areas, including operational coordination and technical assistance to combat terrorism and organized crime. These efforts have yielded tangible results in combating illegal immigration networks, human trafficking, and drug smuggling. Mr. Hammouchi and his Spanish counterparts also discussed the security threats and risks facing the region, and ways to enhance cooperation to ensure security and stability.

Mr. Hammouchi’s active participation in the official celebrations of the anniversary of the founding of the Spanish National Police is a testament to the mutual respect and appreciation between the two countries. His presence, as a prominent African security and intelligence representative, confirms the important role that Morocco plays in the security field at the regional and international levels.

The strong security relations between Morocco and Spain contribute to achieving security and stability in the region, and are a model for international cooperation in the field of security and intelligence. This partnership reflects the common will to work together for a secure and prosperous future for both peoples.

From: Fez News website

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